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Using one box, I have an IIS server and a tracd server running. Via ARR, any request on the IIS server matching /trac/* is proxied through to the tracd server.

Everything is working fine, except when a user requests something like /trac/Test/browser/trunk/Test.cs. Because requests for .cs file extensions are blocked by the IIS server, the request never makes it to the tracd server and the user gets a 404.

Is there any way to add an exception to Request Filtering that allows all requests matching /trac/*? This would effectivly delegate Request Filtering to the target server farm.

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Got it. I added the following to my applicationHost.config.

<location path="Default Web Site/trac">
          <clear />
          <clear />
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