HTTp to HTTPS Redirection With .NET Application in IIS 7

I know how to do a 403.4 error code redirection of HTTP to HTTPS for an entire IIS 7 site, but what about if there are multiple .NET applications under the site? For example, where would I put the redirect file to redirect to
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You create separate rules for each subfolder (or groups of) that redirects to https.

Have the same http to https rile and add a match URL rule for only the folders you want.

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See the comment dated 11-13-2008, 11:48 AM in this thread for example rules:
richlichAuthor Commented:
I've already stumbled across the URL Rewrite method (thanks to mssr. Pinto's site/blog). Now if the project manager will approve it .....
richlichAuthor Commented:
I'd actually already stumbled across the URL rewrite method but these replies helped nail it down to specifics for multiple applications under a single site.
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