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Last post Oct 04, 2018 05:55 AM by Terry Peng

  • Application Request Routing

    Oct 02, 2018 06:14 PM|rajashan|LINK

    EnterpriseLookupValueManagement is a virtual directory below the root directory HealthPlaNETAdminServices-Token-CI we are using two differnet application pool for HealthPlaNETAdminServices-Token-CI and EnterpriseLookupValueManagement , we use a URL rewrite to redirect the site

    http://winhplnstst135:8011/HealthPlaNETAdminServices-Token-CI/EnterpriseLookupValueManagement/documentation/

    to

    http://winhplnstst135:8011/EnterpriseLookupValueManagement/documentation/


    We get a 403 - Forbidden: Access is denied.

    How to use ARR across application pools for this scenario.

  • Re: Application Request Routing

    Oct 02, 2018 10:00 PM|lextm|LINK

    Can you read IIS log files to see what is the sub status of the 403 error? https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/help/943891/the-http-status-code-in-iis-7-0-iis-7-5-and-iis-8-0 

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  • Re: Application Request Routing

    Oct 04, 2018 05:55 AM|Terry Peng|LINK

    Hello rajashan,

    Usually, once we got the 403-Forbidden error, it is related to permission issue. I would suggest you check if the account you used for HealthPlaNETAdminServices-Token-CI has enough permission on EnterpriseLookupValueManagement folder.

    I would also suggest you visit the target site directly in case of any effects from the rewrite rule.

    If you do not have problem to visit the target site directly, I think the issue should be related to you rewrite rule. Please share us your rewrite rule.

    If you have problem to visit the site, I think the issue is still related to the permission issue. As Lex said, check the sub statue code for further information.

    Best Regards,

    Terry

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