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You need to install url_rewrite plugin for IIS. It is available on IIS7 and up though it will tell you that it only works on IIS7. You will then write the redirect commands in web.config and it is very tricky due to the difference of how url_rewrite handles rewriting. The best option I can suggest is to try it out on a local IIS installation with ...


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You will need to perform the actions below: You will need to add the wildcard asterisk symbol as an A record under HOST to your domain DNS records. You need to have a web host that supports wildcard redirecting… Plesk and cPanel does support this feature but some hosts disable it… you need to ask. Wait... sometimes DNS changes can take an hour to 72 hours ...


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With robots.txt you can control crawling, not indexing. If a search engine is not allowed to crawl a document on your host, it might still index its URL, e.g. if it found the link on an external site. You can control indexing with the meta-robots element or the X-Robots-Tag HTTP header (see examples). You have to decide if you want to allow search engines ...



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