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How to rebuild subdomain in IIS ?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by igoldman, Nov 6, 2005.

  1. igoldman

    igoldman Regular Pleskian

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    Hello ,

    I know that if I would like to rebuild domain in IIS through Plesk Then I need to run the following command :

    cd %plesk_bin%
    websrvmng.exe --remove-vhost --vhost-name=domainname
    websrvmng.exe --reconfigure-vhost --vhost-name=domainname

    but if I would like to rebuild subdomain , then what do I need to run ?

    for example if I have the following subdomain : ilan.goldman.com
    then which command I need to run for rebuilding it in IIS ?
     
  2. jbuts

    jbuts Guest

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    You should execute the following command to rebuild subdomain in IIS:
    cmd>websrvmng --update-subdomain --vhost-name=<domain> --subdomain=<subdomain>
    and
    cmd> websrvmng --remove-subdomains --vhost-name=<domain> [--subdomains=<sub1[;sub2;...]>]

    Also you can execute "websrvmng --help" command to get more information about available commands.
     
  3. igoldman

    igoldman Regular Pleskian

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    but which command need to be first ?

    are you sure that those commands rebuild the subdomain in IIS and not just delete it from IIS ?
     
  4. JackL

    JackL Guest

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    1.
    a) cd %plesk_bin%

    b) C:\Program Files\SWsoft\Plesk\admin\bin>websrvmng.exe --remove-subdomains --vhost-name=test.somedomain.com --subdomains=subdomain-name
    c) C:\Program Files\SWsoft\Plesk\admin\bin>websrvmng.exe --update-subdomain --vhost-name=test.somedomain.com --subdomain=subdomain-name
    2.
    Yes it will rebuild subdomain (However - you can backup all domain - before you run command)

    John S.G.
     
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