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Hi to all,
 
This is siddiqali working on sahrepoint 2010.I open my Web Application then i got error as
 
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Server: Microsoft-IIS/7.5
Connection: close
 
Can any one help me hoe to solve it
 

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Posted 5-Aug-11 19:49pm
Edited 5-Aug-11 19:56pm
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Solution 2

I had similar issue when I created a new web application and browsed the site I got this error
 
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Server: Microsoft-IIS/7.5
Date: Tue, 03 Jan 2012 15:44:21 GMT
Connection: close
 
I figured out I had to create a site collection for the site to browse. I went and created site collection for the new web application
 
Central Administration > Application Management under Site Collections > Create Site Collections
 
Select the web application and select a template to create site collection.
 
That resolved the issue.
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Member 2338430 at 12-Jan-12 6:20am
   
ı see same error and ı solved thanks alot sharag
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Solution 1

Hi,
 
You could check the following things to see if everything is working correctly:
 
  • In IIS Manager, look at the app-pool and see if the pool of this application is running
  • Also in IIS Manager, look at the web, is it also running?
  • Next, look into the SharePoint 2010 Central Administration if you got a working site-collection on your web (here a explanation: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262261.aspx[^])
If everything seems ok, you could try to open the ULS log (at 14 hive folder \logs) and search for "unexpected" (or scroll through the logfile and look if you see something abnormal). Also you could check the EventLog to see if you have any SharePoint errors in there.
 
You can also try to restart the server (or do at least a iisreset and restart all SharePoint Services).
 
Hope this helps.
 

Best regards and have a nice day,
Chris
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Solution 3

You need to create a Site Collection in order to resolve the issue. You can do so by:
 
1) Create a Site Collection through Central Administration
(Central Administration > Application Management under Site Collections > Create Site Collections)
 
OR
 
2) Create a Site Collection through PowerShell:
Get-SPWebTemplate
$template = Get-SPWebTemplate "STS#0"
New-SPSite -Url "<URL for the new site collection>" -OwnerAlias "<domain\user>" -Template $template
 
This code snippet will create a Team Site collection.
 

Finally) You may have to restart your IIS in order to see any changes.
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