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Hi, I can not see the URL Rewrite feature in the new IIS7 .

Could you please help me how would i use that feature.?
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by:abel
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Perhaps you mean HTTP Redirect? You can find it on the site Home or the Machine Home. When you double click it, it presents you a simple interface that you can use for redirecting / rewriting urls.

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by:godirect
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No i meant URL Rewriter. I need to make URL's as user friendly like adding their names and etc.  I am trying to create the rules to rewrite different kinds of URL's.

Please help me and let me know if i am wrong.
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In that case, you can try this: http://learn.iis.net/page.aspx/460/using-url-rewrite-module/

or you can try this one: http://urlrewriter.net/

both come with extensive help.

-- Abel --
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by:godirect
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my problem is i installed IIS7 on server and i can not see the URL Rewriter module in the 'Featues View' at all.

Could you please help me in this.
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abel earned 500 total points
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There is none. See the above two links to download extensions for IIS 7 that you can use as an URL Rewriter module. I know that Apache has it by default (well, until you switch it on), but IIS does not. The links above are free / open source, well tested, well covered and well supported.
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