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Hello,

I am having an issue with a redirect.

I have a remote access site, remote.mydomain.com which is my (RD Web Access) site to connect into the network.

What I have noticed now is I am unable to get to RD Web Access using remote.mydomain.com and now have to use remote.mydomain.com/rdweb to get access.

remote.mydomain.com is getting redirected to a public site which is hosted on a different server instead of the RD Web Access site.

I belive this has something to do with the IIS server and possibly the web.config file, but not positive.

Thank you
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Question by:Yeloball
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My IIS matches what is in that link.

Seems like something is wrong with DNS, any ideas?
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by:lruiz52
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Have you checked your internal DNs server and verified that you have a record for remote.Mydomain.com.
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by:Yeloball
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Yes, I do have an A record for remote.mydomain.com
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Have you restarted the iis server?
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by:Yeloball
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The IIS services, or the actual server?
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The service.
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by:Mahesh
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Since you are using one FQDN to redirect to another web URL, another url must be 1st resolvable through DNS.
Is the redirection is done for public FQDN ?

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by:Yeloball
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There is a record on public DNS. That link is not the issue I am having.
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by:Coralon
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The first thing I'd check is your default document.  It's entirely possible someone else put in a higher priority default document that is doing the redirect.

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Along with the link above that Iruiz52 provided. I also located in the ISA server rule, inside properties and on the "paths" tab, I had to remove the /OWA and just add in a / for the default site.
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In the ISA rule under the properties and inside the "paths" tab, I had to remove /OWA* and add in just a /

This allowed the redirect to take place instead of giving me a 403 not authorized page.
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