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Not quite sure what the issue might be.

I have a customer that is using Microsoft Silverlight to pull up maps. I created a VIP for them and everything works except for the FQDN.

Example

http://servername/login.aspx  works fine. User logs in and maps comes up
http://test/login.aspx              works fine as well.
http://test.abc.com/login.aspx: User can log in with no issues but maps don't come up.

Using IE7 when logging in with FQDN occasionally puts out a Selectpin[object error]

Any ideas why the FQDN would not work.

Thanks

Shawn
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Hi Shawn, to clarify-they are accessing all 3 URLs through the VIP, but only the FQDN is having the issue? Does it still happen if they use a host entry for the FQDN to circumvent the VIP and go directly to the server?

If this is a SharePoint site, do they have an alternate access mapping for the FQDN?

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Hi Mike,

     This is not a sharepoint site.

Using the servername the don't hit the vip they just go directly through the server.

The other two are using the vip I created.

Since we have not put this in production yet I am just putting an enrty in my local hosts file

10.19.1.69   test.abc.com



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It might be helpful to look at the page source to see where those objects are living on the server, and use a tool like fiddler to see what kind of response codes they are sending-are they throwing 404s, 401s, etc. Is it possible they are using an absolute path for the Silverlight objects' location in the site code?
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