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At the end of the page you have linked to, you have links to articles explaining how to use the URL Rewrite Module. Generally, you would need to install the URL Rewrite Module into IIS, then configure one or more rewrite rules using either IIS Manager or by manually editing web.config files. 1. Locate and Open the URL Rewrite UI within IIS Manager 2. ...


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there seams to be an issue when SMConfigInstaller is trying to update the config files in %systemroot%\System32\inetsrv\config\schema, because something is not found 0x80070002 Process output: [l:323 [323]"SMConfigInstaller[Error]: CApplicationHostConfigInstaller::GetParentElement m_spAppHostAdminManager->GetAdminSection failed. cbstrSectionName=system....


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For anyone else attempting this, you can also add a domain name instead of IP. To add domain test.example.com over https to the Intranet zone: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ZoneMap\Domains\example.com\test] "https"=dword:00000001 Install this file using the same method ...


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If you can't have a / in the path, then you're left with one of two options: Two websites, same IP address - but access by Hostname only Two websites, two different IP Addresses - but access by Hostname or IP address With Option 1, you essentially create two websites - one website's path is the direct path to the AuthorizationServer, and use a "Host name"...


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I created my site using Powershell, so I added the following to create the exact folder based on the Site ID. Import-Module WebAdministration $iisAppName = "MySite" $site = Get-ItemProperty IIS:\Sites\$iisAppName $folderName = "W3SVC" + $site.id #Create a folder based on the actual site id $iisLogPath = "C:\MyLogFolder" $folderPath = Join-Path $...



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