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This is the NSBRI.org public web site. It is funded through a RF grant with Arlen Strader as P.I.
- ContentActive uses http://iirf.codeplex.com/ to implement redirects and rewrites for the site
- Redirects located at C:\Program Files\ContentActive\isapi
- Web site runs on a CMS called ContentActive
- CMS administration accessed through www.nsbri.org/admin/ (nsbricom/research1)
- CMS database is located on NIMSDB
System backup located under \\434D-TS-DT\Share\NSBRI_BACKUP
- This is temporary solution until a permanent backup solution is in place.
Database backup located in heatonfilebackup:/backup2/nsbri/.
- Example: MBR0303-NSBRI_backup_2010_08_06_153021_8682154.bak
Notes from ContentActive
- CMS software was installed and a few IIS settings were modified to support the CMS.
- A local Windows user account was created (IUSR_WWW) and was given Read permission to the webroot.
- SMTP Server was enabled and only allows local IPs to relay. This is needed for our emailblast tool.
- Your existing Google Analytics code was added to the footer.
ip: 184.108.40.206 IIS 7 ContentActive CMS
Following zip files are backed up in Sep 2010 per ContentActive suggestion.
Contentactive.zip (CMS dll)
Location: c:\Program Files\ContentActive
Export.zip (IIS config)
Encryption key: c2hdPas$ Location: C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\config\Export
MBR0303-NSBRI-web-20100911.zip (web root)
Chad Rosentreter <email@example.com>
Webroot and database backup should be sufficient. Our CMS interacts with DLLs in the C:\Program Files\ContentActive folder. You could backup that folder and export the IIS config for quicker restore. Some manually configuration would be required in any event.