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HTTPS Redirect with no Certificate

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Is there a way to setup IIS to redirect an https request to regular http if someone types in https://domain.com.

What we want to do is have a .com address forward to a .org address. We will never really use the .com and we do not want to maintain another certificate. But if someone types in https://domain.com we want to to redirect to either https://domain.org or http://domain.org. Anyway to do that without a certificate?
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I really don't think so because the client needs to establish the ssl connection before the redirect can be sent.
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I agree, Just thought I would ask.
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