URL Rewrite Rules to allow subdirectory in the URL

Rob Blackwood 1 Reputation point
2022-11-22T23:04:40.407+00:00

Hello,

I am running IIS on a Windows 2019 server. I've installed ARR and rewrite tools. IIS has two websites running on it.

Site 1: The Default website bound to port 443. Additionally, I have a second website running .Net application, DataHubWeb, running on port 8090.

I'm trying to work out a set of URL rewrite/ARR rules that will perform the following:

Serve the public URL: https://sam.a.company.com/datahub. While the internal application is located at: https://localhost:8090.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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  1. Sam Wu-MSFT 7,286 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2022-11-23T08:57:48.41+00:00

    @Rob Blackwood

    I guess I'm asking for recommendations that will allow me to respond to a public URL, https://sam.a.company.com/datahub, with an application located at: localhost:8090.

    If you want to rewrite from https://sam.a.company.com/datahub to localhost:8090, you can try this rule:

    Open IIS -> open URL rewrite module from website level -> add rule -> blank rule.

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