[thelist] IIS equivalent of Apache "Permanent redirect" directive?

Morgan Kelsey morgan at morgankelsey.com
Thu Sep 19 12:09:01 CDT 2002


right-click each site in IIS, choose Properties
go to the Web Site tab, click the Advanced button.
here is where you add custom headers to IPs.

so, make entries for:
some IP
the same IP

multiple sites can share the same IP this way.

if you're running CFMX, be sure you read this too:



> My apologies if this a double post but I didn't see my posting
> yesterday nor any replies to it (I assumed the list was temporarily
> down). Here's my question again:
> All my sites to date have been (share) hosted on Apache servers, where
> I use a Redirect permanent directive in my .htaccess file to redirect
> requests for deleted/moved/re-named pages to other pages.
> I'm now moving one of my accounts to an NT IIS server. Since I can no
> longer use a centralized .htaccess file for managing my redirects,
> what is the next best thing?
> The site in question uses Cold Fusion so I suppose I could place a
> bunch of redirect commands in my Application.cfm file. Is that fairly
> standard practice?
> Note: I don't want to use any client side redirects for this.
> Thanks in advance.
> Regards,
> Bob Haroche
> O n P o i n t  S o l u t i o n s
> www.OnPointSolutions.com
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