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Using default.aspx as home page

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  1. Nathan
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    23 Mar 2010
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    My client needs to be able to use default.aspx as their home page name, but when they set their home page name to default.aspx, it causes a session state error to occur when trying to navigate to something like 'www.domain.com', but works fine with something like 'www.domain.com/default.aspx'.

    I'm assuming this has something to do with the fact that there's already a default.aspx page in the project root by default.

    Is there something I can change to allow this to work?

    Thanks
  2. Erik
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    Hi Nathan!

    default.aspx must be set to the start page in admin panel.
  3. Nathan
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    What do you mean?  Default.aspx is set as the home page in Sitefinity.  Typing in something like 'www.domain.com' works if the page name is set to anything except for default.aspx.
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