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I've got a Windows 2012 vServer with IIS8. I've some applications running on it like YouTrack or TeamCity.

From extern, I can point at them http://domain.tld:port/[query]. But I don't like that. What I want to have is http://youtrack.domain.tld/[query] which internally points to the correct address.

How to? :-)

(Since my reputation is < 300, I can not create the tag "ii8")

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closed as unclear what you're asking by kasperd, Ward, mdpc, Jim B, Roman Mar 1 at 9:42

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I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because the question implies a lack of basic research. – Roman Mar 1 at 9:42
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Check IIS Application Request Routing (reverse proxy).

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This answer needs a lot more details to be useful. If it is meant only as a hint on what to read about than make it a comment instead, not an answer. – Sven Nov 9 '12 at 10:42
    
Jep, it is working with application request routing. If you improve your answer, as @SvenW recommended, I'll mark it as an answer – Manuel Rauber Nov 9 '12 at 20:16

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