RequestMap for IIS

Doan, Tommy tdoan at
Fri Mar 6 12:45:09 EST 2020

I guess the issue is that even when a default document has been defined in IIS, browsing to the root of the site is considered accessing a resource, so the SP wants to protect it. So what I lack is ability in the RequestMap to not protect the root - if I could accomplish that I think everything gets more straightforward.

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From: users <users-bounces at> On Behalf Of Cantor, Scott
Sent: Wednesday, March 4, 2020 4:28 PM
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Subject: Re: RequestMap for IIS

There's no support for reversing a regex, so I don't know of any clean way to do anything like this. The only note is that requireSession="false" is redundant, it defaults that way. Setting it to false is only useful if the inherited value were true.

Usually when rules are awkward the fix is to reorganize the content to make more sense.

-- Scott


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