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http page DNS redirection

Hello Experts,

Is there a way to redirect http requests made to a computer on a windows domain?

For example, if there is a small intranet site running on a web server running on a computer but you wanted to make a specific page on that site redirect to a page on a different computer, can this be achieved with the likes of DNS? If not DNS, are there other tools that can do this?


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8/22/2022 - Mon
Efstratios Arvanitidis


Right click the page in the IIS console and chose "A redirection to a URL" radio button from the Virtual Directory tab.
See attached.IIS Screenshot


Thanks but the webserver is not IIS. It's an application that has it's own webserver.

If I installed the IIS service, do you still think your solution would work?
Efstratios Arvanitidis

It will. Have a look though in the interface of the Web server you have for something like this.
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William Peck

It doesn't. it's an application that listens on a port for requests and returns web pages generated by it's engine. it's completely non-configurable.

If IIS can capture the user request before it get's to the application, this will be ideal. There is a page we cannot segregate out of the permissions it offers.

I will get started on IIS Install. Thanks
Efstratios Arvanitidis

Kindly check solution as accepted.

I will when I see it working :)
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You can return something like this instead of using dns redirection with some kind of cji script (script that is executed on the server, or the server has such feature)
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