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Am having a bit of a time with URL Rewrite. I need to incorporate http to https redirect with a reverse proxy. I have the URL Rewrite rules made but the http to https rule only works for workstations attached to the LAN & not for incoming website calls from the internet. In the web.config file, the http to https rule occurs first which is what the recommendation from a Microsoft article stated. I have reviewed what seems like a thousand web links that have one or the other but not both. Anybody have information on how to make this work?
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