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Topic: Web Site Redirect (Read 2622 times) previous topic - next topic

  • Joe
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Re: Web Site Redirect
Reply #15

ah, no .htaccess files on the box. Did a search for invisibles and nada.

looks like it's IIS or not at all.
I think I have it figured out, I'll be testing tomorrow.

cross your fingers, and if you can't connect to the internet tomorrow, I didn't do it.     :tapedshut:


Yeah, I don't think IIS supports .htaccess files. Good luck.
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Re: Web Site Redirect
Reply #16
In the IIS admin tool you can setup redirects, you can also do it in DNS. There are a number of ways of doing it. If you go to www.mycompany.com/filetransfer/ftpupload/sendmeafile/default.htm you can use redirect in the HTML. You can use DNS redirects on the server to forward requests for www.bobscompany.com/upload to www.bobsupload.com.

You don't necessarily have to own both domains. You can redirect anyone anywhere.
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