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There is a special but important issue when installing on a real server (a problem which doesn't happen on localhost or xyz.oqtane.me installs), which can stump users.
For this I must explain some background. If you're running Razor in Server-Mode (which is probably the most common today) you actually have 3 layers:
What is easy to get wrong is when you use local hosts.ini settings on your PC to test this. If you configure oqtane.test to point to 192.168.10.10 (that would be the server IP) then this happens:
This is IMHO one of the biggest issues which people will run into when test-installing it on real servers.
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