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Parts of website missing - ARR URL Rewrite IIS7


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Posted 27 October 2014 - 03:51 AM

I am hosting a YAMS (Yet Another Minecraft Server) server and am trying to make the admin page available on the internet via the APR (Application Request Routing) extension to URL Rewrite in IIS7. 

 

I had registered for a domain for another project so i used http://yams.[domain].com. I set up a Reverse Proxy rule in IIS7's URL Rewrite to reroute any requests to http://yams.[domain].com to localhost:56552/admin (no http:// in the rule as instructed on a tutorial http://weblogs.asp.net/owscott/creating-a-reverse-proxy-with-url-rewrite-for-iis)

 

The request is handled successuly but it only loads part of the page (i.e no CSS, logins fail). 

 

I am pretty new to the whole URL rewrite business so please feel free to state the obvious.

 

Any help would be greatly apprecited

 

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