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    Shaun Weston
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    Default ArcGIS Server 10.1 - Web Adaptor Configuration

    I'm having some issues with the new ArcGIS Server 10.1 pre-release. I've setup the web adaptor on the same machine as my GIS server and have setup a couple of GP services, but they don't work correctly.

    For example this GP service here:

    http://remote.splicegroup.co.nz/arcgis/rest/services/SpliceGroup/ExportAdvancedMap/GPServer/Create Map

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    t executes fine, but the output directory is still referencing the GIS server:


    http://vm-srv103.splice.local:6080/a...cratch/map.pdf
    This GIS server is internal only, so that address won't be found from outside the network, but anyway it should be


    http://remote.splicegroup.co.nz/arcg...cratch/map.pdf

    In ArcGIS Server 10.0 I could go into the server properties and change the virtual output directory to remote.splicegroup.co.nz, but I can't do this anymore in ArcGIS Server 10.1, just wondering how I can set this up now?
    Shaun Weston | GIS Consultant | GIS Professional Services | Eagle Technology Group Ltd (Esri New Zealand Distributor) | email: shaun_weston@eagle.co.nz

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    Default Re: ArcGIS Server 10.1 - Web Adaptor Configuration

    Can you change the virtual directory like you could in 10.0

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    I've tried changing the arcgisoutput.json file in C:\arcgisserver\config-store\serverdirs, but doesn't seem to change the output virtual directory path?
    Shaun Weston | GIS Consultant | GIS Professional Services | Eagle Technology Group Ltd (Esri New Zealand Distributor) | email: shaun_weston@eagle.co.nz

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    Default Re: ArcGIS Server 10.1 - Web Adaptor Configuration

    Hello,

    I am having a similar issue in that I have installed the Web Adapter with IIS and have changed the ArcGIS Server authentication to be the Web Tier via Windows Domain accounts.

    I have then set the ArcGIS service security to be accessible to my domain account. However, when I browse to the services directory I don't see anything even though I am authenticated e.g. http://localhost/arcgis/rest/services

    Any ideas?

    Thanks
    Andy

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    Default Re: ArcGIS Server 10.1 - Web Adaptor Configuration

    Can someone help me? I'm trying to install ArcMap, but I can't understand what I'm doing wrong...

    Is there any website with online use? Tnx..

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    Default Re: ArcGIS Server 10.1 - Web Adaptor Configuration

    Jato,

    This is the wrong thread for ArcGIS desktop but you need to look here for details - http://help.arcgis.com/en/arcgisdesk...000000r000000/

    Cheers
    Andy

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    Default Re: ArcGIS Server 10.1 - Web Adaptor Configuration

    I'm in a similar boat - I'm just trying to publish a service in 10.1. When I try to publish via Desktop 10.1, I get a message saying the Publishing GP Service can't be connected to and to make sure the service is running.
    When I try to publish via Server Manager, it tells me Could not find resource or operation 'BasicService.MapServer' on the system. It's probably a security setting but I don't see where...?

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