Alternate Access Mapping – To redirect external users to external SharePoint URLs in emails

We have a local SP2016 farm. There are 2 AAM setups:

Default: https: //mysharepoint.company.intranet/

Extranet: https://mysharepoint.company.com/

The Internet-facing gateway is set up to process requests to https://mysharepoint.company.com/. For users in our office, they can use both URLs to visit our website. However, internal users are not prompted to browse the extranet, because they occupy the limited bandwidth for external users.

The problem lies in our designer workflows. The workflow sends the user an e-mail with a direct link to the document or to a specific site. The URL is as follows: https://mysharepoint.company.com/sites/xxx/xxx/xxx.docx. If the e-mail recipient (the user) works outside the office and clicks on the link, the document will not be opened because it is an internal address.

It's also not very good to include both links in the email because our users can not tell if they are on the intranet or the internet.

Any idea to solve the situation?

Track organic traffic for multiple URLs

Hi,

What would be the best way to track organic traffic or multiple URLs? We try to do a lot of SEO on certain pages, with hundreds of pages to reach through a website, and we need to be able to track the results in Google Analytics to see the improvements in traffic, bounce rate, and so on

Either we need to be able to generate a report with all the URLs, or we have to search for each URL and then narrow down the organic rate and the bounce rate to export to a spreadsheet.

Every advice is welcome. Thank you.
SEMrush

Why do some URLs stay after checking?

I mean URLs that are marked [wait for account confirmation]?
Should not all have been deleted if there is no e-mail after the e-mail has been checked for registration correspondence?
Or are engines set so that they are removed only after X days and this condition is not met yet?
Many thanks,,,,,,,,,,,,,

tls – Why are file URLs in browsers marked as safe and https URLs safe?

I understand that modern https protocols are safe enough for an average user.

However, because these logs need to retrieve files from the server, while the file log merely tells the browser to find the file on your computer, I believe that file logs are more secure than https logs.

Why are browsers that mark https logs as safe while file logs are marked as unsafe, so not sure?

anglejs – Opens DIST URLs

I have a problem when I create the project with electron to invoke an UPDATE screen of the project in Angular, because dist has the file index.html and in development mode managed to bring it to rest.

mainWindow.loadURL('https://localhost:4200/#update');

in development mode I can call it that.

    mainWindow.loadURL(url.format({
       pathname: path.join(__dirname, 'dist/index.html/#update'),
       protocol: 'file:',
       slashes: true
    }));

When I create the project, I can not display the following error on the screen.
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Maintain URLs of subfolders and files in Google Drive for Image Hosting

Is it possible to keep the original filename of a file in Google Drive?

I'm trying to figure out if I can use Google Drive to host images for a website that I create. At the moment, the Shareable link generates a hash for each file. But I'm going to host quite a few pictures and want to be able to guess at least the names of the subfolders and files.

How do I maintain the URL format as such:

/sub_folder/filename.png

Country of the website on confirmed URLs

Hi!
I think it will be nice and convenient to have the country column in the list of verified URLs. If the GSA can identify the country (based on the domain tld and others), it is helpful for people who do not work with xxx, xxx, xxx URLs to avoid certain tlds / hosts. I know this is possible while posting, but I think it may be useful to reorient some websites / languages.
I'm not sure if it's easy or not, but the data is already collected at checkout (last checked).
What do you think?

How do I remove the attached string from image and Javascript URLs?

I have a Drupal 8 website. I have installed the Advagg module. The URL for the JavaScript file is appended with a string.

  • https://example.com/libraries/superfish/superfish.js?pzw4cp
  • https://example.com/libraries/superfish/superfish.js?pzy2r8
  • https://example.com/libraries/superfish/superfish.js?pzzsmo
  • https://example.com/sites/default/files/js/optimized/js_rKIkMy4-wmUaGP59iZKW9XJMLcVwjsfB0SXmAPmdK1I.sEln9qPOr9xw2O4-sGx2Wja5YU2bXGxwxG

The same applies to the URLs of the uploaded images. Sometimes the browser will not display the image if the URL contains this string. When I remove the string, the image is displayed. The Google search console reports such files as malware.

How do I remove these strings from the end of the URL?