[windows2000] Re: Moving IIS Servers..

  • From: "Costanzo, Ray" <rcostanzo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2003 11:34:44 -0400

From the sound of this e-mail, it seems that you did not just do this
five minutes ago, but more like days ago.  So, assuming that, caches
should be cleared on the workstations.  If not, was there ever anything
done to the HOSTS files on the client machines?

Another thing you can do is add the old server's IP address to the IP
list for the NIC in your new IIS server.  Assuming your site is setup to
respond to all addresses, people will get to your intranet then.

Ray at work

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Rance [mailto:Steve.Rance@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
> Hi all,
> I have had to move my intranet from one server to another.  I 
> have successfully done this and all it working fine on the new server.
> I had created an entry in DNS (W2K AD) called "dalyintranet" 
> pointing to the server in question.  Everyone then connects 
> to http:\\dalyintranet (the server is called something 
> completely different).  I have gone back into DNS, and 
> changed the ip-address of "dalyintranet" to point to the new 
> server.   "dalyintranet" still points to the old address 
> after carrying out this change.
> Is there anything I can do to refresh the cache for all pc's 
> and servers that is clearly being used centrally, or how long 
> would I have to wait before this is done automatially.
> Thanks,
> Steve

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