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I have multiple websites (combination of ASP.NET Webforms and MVC3) that we are trying to consolidate under a single domain with each site under a directory on this main domain.

So I want to take the following:

And convert them to:

Getting the requests forwarded with ARR is trivial and I have that working. However the problem I'm running into now is references and URL generation. Obviously CSS and JS references will have to be updated manually but I'd like a way to tell a website in IIS that it's root path is now /productX.

There are a couple ways I know of that can achieve this:

  • Use virtual directories
  • Use outbound rewrites

However is there any other way that this could be done?

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