InvalidQueryParameterValue using Custom Domain

Ahmed Ravji 1 Reputation point

Hello, I created a static website on azure storage and I have enabled custom domain. I added the storage address as a cname record and verified it is working using nslookup service.

I first had an error saying that the site is not accessible without https so i disbaled secure transfer. Now the error has changed saying the following

Value for one of the query parameters specified in the request URI is invalid. RequestId:65d02451-001e-001a-183c-612ad8000000 Time:2022-05-06T11:30:21.9950156Z

The custom domain url is and the azure storage url is

any help to resolve this is appreciated.

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  1. Ahmed Ravji 1 Reputation point

    ok the domain seems to be working now - I didnt make any changes myself - is this due to it taking some time to configure in azure backend? or its something the team did when reading this question i posted?

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  2. SaiKishor-MSFT 17,221 Reputation points

    @Ahmed Ravji Thank you for reaching out to Microsoft Q&A. I understand that you were having issues accessing your custom domain briefly after you configured the static website with this new domain.

    This is expected behavior when setting up a custom domain for the static website. Please see below-

    "Your custom domain will be briefly unavailable to users while you complete the configuration. If your domain currently supports an application with a service-level agreement (SLA) that requires zero downtime, then follow the steps in the Map a custom domain with zero downtime section of this article to ensure that users can access your domain while the DNS mapping takes place."

    Hope this answers your question. Please let us know if you have any further questions and we will be glad to assist you further. Thank you!


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