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Redirect a Https page to another Http page using a rule (regular expressions or wild cards).

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At present, we are able to redirect the user from a http page to another https page by creating the appropriate rules in the IIS.  

What we need: From a HTTPS page, if the user clicks on any link on the page, need a method to identify what link the user selected and then redirect the user to that link as a HTTP page.

Please let me know if you have any suggestions.

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RRP
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