I'm at the SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas right now. SharePoint 2010 is a great thing! Even from the first sight it's a huge amount of effort invested in enhancement from 2007 version. It also has a lot of new features. Will post more on that later. Stay tuned.
Situation There is a MOSS 2007 farm with Shared Service provider configured to use mysites.domain.com as a My Sites host Web site. Two Alternate Access Mappings were created for My Sites Web site: Default Zone: http://mysites.domain.com Extranet Zone: https://mysites.domain.com In IIS this is a single Web site with aditional binding for https on port 443. If you search for people using Extranet Zone mapping for the SharePoint Web site in the search result the URL is https://mysites.domain.com: After installation of Infrastructure Update for Microsoft Office Servers search result Web site URL for people looks like https://mysites.domain.com:80 which is wrong, because there is no Web site on port 80 available using https: Some ideas are explained in the following article: People Search Results adds a :80 Suffix to results on an External Facing Site And cosmetic workaround is provided in the following article: How to remove something (the port) from the URL as returned in