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I have a single website that has a number of domain names, I need to direct each one to a differen application folder and landing page.

IE. I have www.mydomain.com, support.mydomain.com and info.mydomain.com all DNS point to a single webserver running IIS 7.5 on Server2008. What I want to do is know if user enterred www. or support. or info. and then redirect them to a specific folder/page.

Do I do this in the default .asp page? if so how do I find the enterred URL? Or is there a way to do it within IIS itself?
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You will need to create seperate websites in IIS, and for each DNS change the Host Name to match that DNS and point the website at your seperate folders.
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