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You'll need to install the URL Rewrite module for IIS. Then you can write a rule that will rewrite yourwebsite.com/home/ to yourwebsite.com/tabular/ The rule will be stored in the web.config for the application. This example would rewrite all URLs under /home/ to /tabular/ <rule name="Rewrite home to tabular"> <match url="^/home/(.*)" /> ...


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Could you elaborate your issue please, 1) Which version of IIS is you are using? What is the server OS? 2) Do you have multiple websites hosted on this server? If yes, I have you seen the same issue for another sites as well? 3) Please can you copy the exact error message and past it here? The error 500 can be because of various issues. 4) Please check ...


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As it turns out, using Powershell was a red herring. IIS utilizes the files located in C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\config\schema to validate the various xml config files the web server works with. On IIS 7 and IIS 7.5, FX_schema.xml is missing the declarations for providerOption. My work-around is to patch the schema file by adding another file to this ...


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I think the asp.net features are installed with IIS. Have you tried disabling the mappings? You could probably also filter out aspx extensions.


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Here is a solution from Microsoft. http://www.iis.net/configreference/system.applicationhost/sites/sitedefaults/ftpserver/directorybrowse Installing the FTP Extensibility feature and enabling listing under Directory browsing, solved my issue.


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I verified that permissions for IUSR are Full Control for ALL folders, subfolders & files. No changes were made. It doesn't work.


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It turns out that the link to my page set up on a remote system pointed to the FOLDER in which the page resided in, not to the Page itself.


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It seems too much modification in the Certificate Store leads to a limbo state of the certificate-chain, which is not curable by restarting IIS. After a scheduled reboot on the server, all changes in the CA-chain became effective and since then it works as expected.


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ASP.NET 4 is not automatically registered on IIS even if you install .NET Framework 4. You have to manually execute aspnet_regiis before doing anything else, msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/k6h9cz8h(v=vs.100).aspx -i or -ir is enough.


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IIS does not offer that level of customization by default. If you configure it to log per site, it will create a W3SVC# folder based on the Site ID. You can configure IIS to have one log per server instead, if that will suit your purposes. A more elaborated alternative is to use the Advanced Logging extension.


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Can you attach the request traces from ARR (the 502) and from the site (the 200)? I had a similar problem in the past and I think I resolved it by increasing the maxRequestLength in the config of the ARR and site that is being rewritten.



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