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The configuration is fine. The problem was on the router I had inputted the IP address incorrect.


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I know this is a bit old, but just to add something to it. One solution would be to create additional Capture Groups in your Regular Expression for the url in the match element of the rule, so as to extract explicit parts of the URL. The Back Reference {R:0} will always be the entire string being tested, so you can obtain additional Back References by ...


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After digging around a bit more and conferring again with the developers behind other, I think we've figured out this issue. Basically, the site hosting server.com and all the applications under it that will be participating in the rewrite (common, as well as foo and bar until we are ready to delete them) need to be running in the same IIS app pool. I've ...


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Make sure the data port, 20 is firewalled correctly on the server and make sure you don’t need PASV mode to work for those clients. Such problem, list, stor, etc.. open up the data port, thus in active mode like in your case it seem blocked or just filtered


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I don't think this is a port issue. You should add correct binding to your sites. If you want to access site by server ip, add binding like this:


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Typically that error is presented when the app pool user has no permissions on the app folder. Since you say both web sites are using the same app pool is kind of weird that one is working and the other isn't. I'd suggest that you inspect a little bit more in the IIS logs and see if you find more useful information.


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