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  • DNN

    Hey,

    Been tyring to get Dot Net Nuke to run, does Myhosting support this?

  • #2
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    Hi Butters,

    Dot Net Nuke does work on our Windows 2008/IIS 7.0 web hosting platform. So this would apply to all customers who signed up for the Premium or Professional plans after February 28, 2008.

    We even have an automated installer for it in the control panel. Just log in at https://support.myhosting.com and click on Application Manager. The only requirement is that you must have a MS SQL Database, and we provide one free 25 MB database with each Premium and Professional hosting plan.

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    • #3
      Re: DNN

      How about the customers who have signed up prior to February 28th, 2008? What do we need to do additionally in order to run DNN?

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      • #4
        Re: DNN

        i wonder how much money James Earl Jones made for saying 'This is CNN'

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        • #5
          Re: DNN

          Due to the .NET Security policy on our Windows 2003 hosting plans, DNN will not run. But if you sign up for a new account at myhosting.com today, it will work with your new plan!

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          • #6
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            I already have an account and a domain with it. What should I do? Cancel my hosting plan and get a new one?

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            • #7
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              Yeah, that seems to be the only option for now

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              • #8
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                I wish if there was a simple way to upgrade my account.

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                • #9
                  Re: DNN

                  Can DNN be installed on the root of the site or does it have to be in a sub-folder?

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                  • #10
                    Re: DNN

                    Originally posted by peteythegeek
                    Can DNN be installed on the root of the site or does it have to be in a sub-folder?
                    Either. Simply leave the sub-directory field blank if you want to install DNN in the root of your site.

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                    • #11
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                      What if I already installed it in a sub-directory? Is there anyway I could move it or would I have to delete it and re-install?

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                      • #12
                        Re: DNN

                        Originally posted by Cobratti
                        I already have an account and a domain with it. What should I do? Cancel my hosting plan and get a new one?
                        Originally posted by mondeoman
                        I wish if there was a simple way to upgrade my account.
                        If you contact our Customer Support Team at [email:1l4bu61p]support@myhosting.com[/email:1l4bu61p], they can manually upgrade your account to our Windows 2008/IIS 7.0 platform. However, please note that the new platform does not support FrontPage Server Extensions, so if you used FrontPage to design your site you might want to leave your account as it is for now, or you may have to redesign some parts of it after it is upgraded.

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                        • #13
                          Re: DNN

                          Originally posted by bobbybrown
                          What if I already installed it in a sub-directory? Is there anyway I could move it or would I have to delete it and re-install?
                          I would think that you would have to re-install though their support team would likely know for sure. You can always drop them an email at support@myhosting.com, they get back pretty quick.

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                          • #14
                            Re: DNN

                            Originally posted by bobbybrown
                            What if I already installed it in a sub-directory? Is there anyway I could move it or would I have to delete it and re-install?
                            I'm pretty sure you should be able to do this. There are forum posts at http://www.DotNetNuke.com that talk about moving a development site into production, etc. So that would involve changing the URL of the site. You would need to copy all the files to the new location, and change any references in the Config files to point to the new location. Not something I would recommend for a beginner, but if you have a lot of data in your DNN site and a little bit of experience, it might be easier than starting all over again.

                            I'd recommend checking http://www.dotnetnuke.com for more help.

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                            • #15
                              Re: DNN

                              Originally posted by tima
                              Originally posted by bobbybrown
                              What if I already installed it in a sub-directory? Is there anyway I could move it or would I have to delete it and re-install?
                              I'm pretty sure you should be able to do this. There are forum posts at http://www.DotNetNuke.com that talk about moving a development site into production, etc. So that would involve changing the URL of the site. You would need to copy all the files to the new location, and change any references in the Config files to point to the new location. Not something I would recommend for a beginner, but if you have a lot of data in your DNN site and a little bit of experience, it might be easier than starting all over again.

                              I'd recommend checking http://www.dotnetnuke.com for more help.

                              I'm definitely a beginner lol, I will still give it a shot though.

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