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IIS redirect users to a page on any error (404, 500, etc..)

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We have a redirect page that kicks in on 404 errors. Can we redirect users to the same page when other errors happen? (500 errors, 302, etc...?)

If yes... How?
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by:Sean
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yes it can be done. Here is a link on how to do this. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753103%28v=ws.10%29.aspx
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by:Montoya
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hmm but the very first paragraph of the link you sent (which I had already visited) says that you cannot create custom... on errors <list of error codes>

am I missing something?
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by:Sean
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Oh okay sorry i was a little confused on your question then. Try taking a look at this. Sorry i am not a expert on this but did find a page of people discussing this. Sorry i can't be more help on this i was thinking you just wanted a custom error page for general errors.

https://www.stokia.com/support/misc/web-config-custom-httperrors.aspx
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Miguel Oz earned 500 total points
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Your error handling strategy should handle HTTP and exception errors. M$ provides this example "Complete Example for Error Handlers" that shows how to handle error codes (web config changes customErrors node) and  handle exceptions at page and global level.

@Sean: The customErrors node at web config is the best place to implement these changes as shown here.
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