I have a IIS-based website, that needs to have the following redirection enabled:
Root directory accessible through :403 only - which is not a big deal.
But whenever a user enters the site using the standard, unencrypted :80, I need to have him redirected to one of subdirectories within the website. Preferably, I'd like to keep the address displayed to the user the same in both cases (save the http(s)):
h-t-t-p-s://some.domain.com/ -> secure content from /
h-t-t-p://some.domain.com/ -> not-so-secure content from a subdirectory
Is this kind of redirection possible with IIS? (I know this can be achieved the other way around - that is by forcing secure communication for a subdirectory)