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The best way to temporary close a sharepoint site

Lars Nielsen's Discoveries

Here’s a quick tip if you need to take a SharePoint site down for maintenance, or if you have some incident that takes it down.  For example, if you’re restoring a site collection, you can put up a friendly “down of maintenance” message when people visit the site.  You can put a “no access” lock on the site collection in Central Admin, but that won’t help if you’re restoring a site collection because it needs to be unlocked.  And when the site collection is deleted, visitors will just get a timeout error in their browser if they try to go to a page within the site collection.

If you can turn off access to a whole web application then there’s a another way.  This might apply for example to an Intranet that has its own web application.  You can put a special file called app_offline.htm in the IIS root folder…

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