Exchange 2010 Redirection

I have successfully configured IIS to redirect to, however, when is entered in browser, the IIS7 page displays and does not redirect.  If I affix 'default,htm' or 'default.aspx' as follows, then it works:[htm/aspx]

Any Document defaults entered in the format will redirect properly, so not sure why documents need to be specified for the redirect to work properly.

How can I redirect properly as well so that IIS7 logo is not displayed?
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Peter HutchisonSenior Network Systems SpecialistCommented:
Either remove the iisstart.htm page from c:\inetpub\wwwroot or change the order of the Default document list so that default.htm/aspx is listed before the iisstart.htm page in IIS manager.

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Hardik DesaiIT Architect and TrainerCommented:
Remove redirection from all sub directories under default web site. Refer attachment.
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