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I solved the problem with Response.RedirectPermanent using Asp.NET. This method returns a 301 status code.


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I'm assuming you're using classic ASP (not .NET) since you refer to default.asp and not default.aspx. Instead of using response.redirect and counting on your web config file to change from a 302 to a 301, try adding the 301 to the response object before redirecting the user. <% Response.Status="301 Moved Permanently" Response.AddHeader "...


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No. There will be 1 request for the http site and then a second - which will have the http link as the referee.


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