I'm a longtime IIS user, but new to IIS7. I have a need in our org to route users on our multi-domain intranet, based on their domain. I'm looking at IIS because of integrated windows auth (otherwise I'd go with HAProxy on a linux box).
Our users would be surfing to server "FOO", which would really be a proxy. The proxy would look at their domain (DOMAIN\username), and if they are in domain "A", the proxy would route their requests to FOO_A. If they are in domain "B", then they get routed to FOO_B.
I see that IIS has their version of a proxy, "Application Request Routing". The examples I saw were for more of a web farm scenario, rather than what I'd call an intelligent proxy.
For those of you more seasoned with IIS7, is what I want to do possible? Can I proxy inbound requests based on the requestor's authenticated (via IWA) domain membership?