Web site configuration related failure: The URL may be invalid. The site has been deactivated. Monitor

  • ID:  Web_site_configuration_related_failure__The_URL_may_be_invalid__The_site_has_been_deactivated__6_Rule.Monitor
  • Description:   
  • Target:  IIS 2003 Web Site
  • Enabled:  On Essential Monitoring

Operational States

Name State Description
Manual Reset Success  
Config Error Warning  

Alert Details

Monitor State Message Priority Severity Auto Resolution
Config Error (Warning) Web site configuration related failure The URL may be invalid The site has been deactivated Low Warning Yes

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Summary

The site has been deactivated.

Causes

The URL prefix for the site cannot be registered and may be invalid.

Resolutions

To resolve this issue execute the following steps:

Verify that the site’s server binding property is valid and that it isn’t being used by another site by using the following task:

Start Web Site Diagnostics

If there are any server bindings issue use the Internet Information Services Manager snap-in to resolve them. The following task will start the Computer Management console which hosts the Internet Information Services Manager snap-in:

Start Computer Management Console

Once the Internet Information Services Manager snap-in is loaded perform the following steps:

1. Select the relevant Web Site and open up the property sheet using the Properties context menu option

2. Select the Web Site tab on the property sheet

3. Correct the server bindings settings in the Web Site identification section

Next confirm that the server binding isn’t already reserved or registered in HTTP.sys.

Once done start the Web site using the Start Web Site task:

Start Web Site

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