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  • 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 you can use redirect in the HTML. You can use DNS redirects on the server to forward requests for to

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