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5/13/2015 8:22 AM
 
Following an upgrade to DNN 7.4 I had the opportunity to re-learn some facts, the hard way of course.
- always have backups before an upgrade (regardless of how many times it went without a hitch)
- When DNN consumes a product from a 3rd party vendor, It is time to drop use of the third party as soon as possible.

Now with this realization can anyone answer this question:
- is the Advanced DNN URL rewriter part of the community version?
Following a fresh DNN Platform install I am not sure if I have the "advanced" features, My webconfig is setup with the advanced entry as illustrated by DNN.

Do I need to re-install iFinity 2.83 then via the magic of a license agreement I get the advanced features of DNN URLrewriter?
In the host settings I only see in the advanced settings "friendly url settings"...

 
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