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comment Using SSL Certification in Multiple Locations
Can you please clarify something? It sounds like your website is hosted on a server in the UK with the URL 'www.companyname.com'. Is the application hosted by the company in South Africa also running under the 'www.companyname.com' or is it running under a different hostname such as 'myapp.companyname.com' or 'www.mycompanyapp.com'?
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comment How do I use IIS7 rewrite to redirect requests for (HTTP or HTTPS):// (www or no-www) .domainaliases.ext to HTTPS://maindomain.ext
I have tested your rule and it works as expected (although I didn't have WordPress installed). I did see a similar issue to what you describe where it appears that it does not redirect to the correct domain. In that test, I was using IE. As soon as I cleared my browsing history in the browser, it redirected as expected. You might want to make sure you delete any browser history and temporary internet files and see if that clears it up.