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I have a situation where I had an application (IIS7) moved from Server A to Server B.

Prior to the move, the request: was served from an application that resided on Server A.

Server A has my routing and all IP routed to it from the internet, and is my IIS that servers other web requests. (

Is it possible that when someone will ask for the application, I can server it from Server B? but still have the same URL remaining? Can I do it without playing/changing ports?


The folder /Scripts (and the contained dll) are located on Server B (that is running perfectly, but only can be accessed Internally via the LAN.

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What about HTTP redirection? – 에이바 Jun 4 '12 at 14:07
I cant - I don't want to open Server B to the internet (if not needed). – Saariko Jun 4 '12 at 14:16

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