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iFolder 3.8 default web redirect

Hi,

I've got an iFolder 3.8 server setup and I'm trying to do a re-direct so
that when users type in "ifolder.mydomain.com" they are redirected to
"https://myserver.mydomain.com/ifolder". However, despite the fact that
I'm doing a meta-tag to redirect this in the index.html, the server is
redirecting to "https://myserver.mydomain.com/admin". Is there a way to
redirect this without breaking iFolder? In other words, is iFolder
forcing this redirect for some reason?

Thanks for any suggestions,
Greg

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Re: iFolder 3.8 default web redirect

Think I may have answered my own question. The problem appears to be
because I had enabled "NameVirtualHost" on *:80. When this is enabled,
Apache tries to match the URL submitted on port 80 to a virtual host's
"ServerName" or "ServerAlias" section. If it fails to match, it takes
the first vhost. So you have to create a vhost.conf for the default
server's URL or wildcard so there will be a match.

FYI,
Greg

On 5/11/2010 6:36 PM, Greg Palumbo wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I've got an iFolder 3.8 server setup and I'm trying to do a re-direct so
> that when users type in "ifolder.mydomain.com" they are redirected to
> "https://myserver.mydomain.com/ifolder". However, despite the fact that
> I'm doing a meta-tag to redirect this in the index.html, the server is
> redirecting to "https://myserver.mydomain.com/admin". Is there a way to
> redirect this without breaking iFolder? In other words, is iFolder
> forcing this redirect for some reason?
>
> Thanks for any suggestions,
> Greg
>

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