joelmdev joelmdev - 8 months ago 35
ASP.NET (C#) Question

Use IIS7 URL Rewriting to redirect all requests

I have a .NET site that I am taking down and I plan on redirecting all requests to '' using a rewrite rule in the web.config. Should be a simple task, but it's not. I've removed all the content from the filesystem except a single Default.aspx page and a default web.config with the following rewrite rule:

<rule name="Redirect All" stopProcessing="true">
<match url="^(www\.)?mysite\.com(/.+)$" />
<action type="Redirect" url="" appendQueryString="false" />

If I request the server is still trying to look up garbage.aspx, or any other url I provide just as if the rewrite rule was not there.
Very frustrating. Ideas?


Do you want to redirect ALL requests to your new site? If so, this should do it:

<match url=".*" />