stsadm -o addalternatedomain -url http://paperino.paperopoli.com -urlzone Internet -incomingurl http://quiquoqua.paperopoli.com

How to add an "alternate access mapping" from the command line

How to add an "alternate access mapping" from the command line and avoid passing on Friday evening following the interpretation of the all-too-terse "log" of SharePoint?

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By: 0disse0
2011-07-09 11:32:45

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