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

Robert Goodyear rob_goodyear at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 19 12:40:02 CDT 2002

> 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?

Will they let you have a custom 404 page? If so, you
could programatically detect the request and do a
server.transfer() to the target page(s).


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