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  • #9769
     LemurTech 
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    This is build 2.0.0.1385

    When attempting to switch a site from shared to dedicated IP (or vice versa), the bindings of the site are completely removed, but the operation then throws errors. Target servers are Windows 2012 R2.

    00:00:03 WebInvoke: https://10.168.40.211:9003/AspNet/WebServer.asmx – GetSite. Error: System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: Server was unable to process request. —> System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException: The object identifier does not represent a valid object. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x800710D8)at Microsoft.Web.Administration.Interop.IAppHostProperty.get_Value()at Microsoft.Web.Administration.ConfigurationElement.GetPropertyValue(IAppHostProperty property)at Microsoft.Web.Administration.Site.get_State()at MSPControl.Providers.Web.IIs.WebObjects.WebObjectsModuleService.GetSiteState(ServerManager srvman, String siteId)at MSPControl.Providers.Web.IIs70.GetSite(String siteId)at MSPControl.Providers.Web.IIs80.GetSite(String siteId)at MSPControl.Providers.Web.WebServices.WebServer.GetSite(String siteId)— End of inner exception stack trace — ( at MSPControl.Core.Web.ServiceProxy.Invoke(String methodName, Func1 invoke, Func1 syncInvoke)at MSPControl.Core.Web.ServiceProxy.Invoke(String methodName, Object[] parameters)). at MSPControl.Core.Web.ServiceProxy.Invoke(String methodName, Object[] parameters)at MSPControl.Providers.Web.WebServer.GetSite(String siteId)at MSPControl.EnterpriseServer.WebServerController.GetWebSite(Int32 siteItemId)at MSPControl.EnterpriseServer.WebServerController.GetCertificatesForSite(Int32 siteId)at MSPControl.EnterpriseServer.WebServerController.AddWebSitePointer(Int32 siteItemId, String hostName, Int32 domainId, Boolean updateWebSite, Boolean ignoreGlobalDNSRecords, Boolean rebuild)

    00:00:03 Error executing ‘SWITCH_TO_SHARED_IP’ task on ‘testing10.vortx.com’ WEB_SITE at MSPControl.EnterpriseServer.WebServerController.AddWebSitePointer(Int32 siteItemId, String hostName, Int32 domainId, Boolean updateWebSite, Boolean ignoreGlobalDNSRecords, Boolean rebuild)at MSPControl.EnterpriseServer.WebServerController.SwitchWebSiteToSharedIP(Int32 siteItemId)

    00:00:03 WebInvoke: https://10.168.40.211:9003/AspNet/WebServer.asmx – GetSite. Error: System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: Server was unable to process request. —> System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException: The object identifier does not represent a valid object. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x800710D8)at Microsoft.Web.Administration.Interop.IAppHostProperty.get_Value()at Microsoft.Web.Administration.ConfigurationElement.GetPropertyValue(IAppHostProperty property)at Microsoft.Web.Administration.Site.get_State()at MSPControl.Providers.Web.IIs.WebObjects.WebObjectsModuleService.GetSiteState(ServerManager srvman, String siteId)at MSPControl.Providers.Web.IIs70.GetSite(String siteId)at MSPControl.Providers.Web.IIs80.GetSite(String siteId)at MSPControl.Providers.Web.WebServices.WebServer.GetSite(String siteId)— End of inner exception stack trace — ( at MSPControl.Core.Web.ServiceProxy.Invoke(String methodName, Func1 invoke, Func1 syncInvoke)at MSPControl.Core.Web.ServiceProxy.Invoke(String methodName, Object[] parameters)). at MSPControl.Core.Web.ServiceProxy.Invoke(String methodName, Object[] parameters)at MSPControl.Providers.Web.WebServer.GetSite(String siteId)at MSPControl.EnterpriseServer.WebServerController.GetWebSite(Int32 siteItemId)at MSPControl.EnterpriseServer.WebServerController.GetCertificatesForSite(Int32 siteId)at MSPControl.EnterpriseServer.WebServerController.AddWebSitePointer(Int32 siteItemId, String hostName, Int32 domainId, Boolean updateWebSite, Boolean ignoreGlobalDNSRecords, Boolean rebuild)

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    Matthew

    #9821
     Alexander 
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    Do you still has this issue?

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    #9822
     LemurTech 
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    As of 2.0.0.1539 we still have this issue.

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    Matthew

    #9825
     Alexander 
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    Fixed, please try to update in 30 minutes

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    #9827
     LemurTech 
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    Thanks, Alexander.

    The switch no longer generates an error. However, it’s not doing quite what I would expect.

    The switch from “shared” to “dedicated” works as desired. However, when switching from “dedicated” to “shared”, the address chosen is the “all unassigned” (*) rather than the public IP defined in the server IIS properties.

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    Matthew

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