This is quite strange... the majority of my IIS redirects are working, but this one for some reason is odd.
however, this is weird.
I'm trying to figure out why, how can I fix this so that
I still have had no luck with this error... something about the redirect gets it stuck at isapi_redirect.dll
Did you ever find a solution to this? Having same issue here.
Still no solution to the problem... glad to see I am not the only one though. I have rigged it though for the time being by doing the rewrite in the application.cfc file until a better fix is available.
I re-ran the Web Server Configuration tool for each of our sites and that cleared it up. Apparently, not all the shortcuts and virtual directories required were properly installed on my first go-round.
Hope that helps.
I am having the same problem.
Win Ser 2008 R2
IIS redirect sites cannot forward cfm pages. I tried the config. All were reset and still none are working.
they all forward cfm pages to jakarta/isapi_redirect.dll
Make sure you have the latest CF patches installed and re-config each site individually. Do NOT use the "All ISS Sites" option. It has never worked for me.
Sorry, I'm not much help than that.
I had this same problem for a few days. I fixed it by enabling 32 bit applications to true for the application pool that the IIS redirect was working with.
Share your web.config
I'm having this issue as well. I tried to set the IIS 7 application pools to 32 as stated in the answer, but that didn't seem to change the response. I'm still getting the jakarta/isapi_redirect.dll issue.
Should I be setting the application pool of the old-forwarding site? Or the new site it's being forwarded to? I tried both, but it didn't seem to help much either way.
I also found the following article, but it seems to be more focused on IIS 6. But it indicates this might be a permissions issues. But IIS 7 doesn't seem to assign permissions in the same way.
Any further information on how to resolve this problem would be most appreciated!!
Maybe my instance of this might help clarify: I was working off of the following stack overflow link's accepted answer and also got the jakarta/isapi_redirect.dll issue. (I'm working with Windows Server 2012, IIS 8.5, and CF 11).
After some "change setting, restart sites, test, change setting back and change different setting, restart sites, test" combinations, I found that this combination worked: (It actually matches what Erik99 said to do, but I didn't understand I only needed to change a single application pool.)
Real site (HTTPS binding only, actually contains code and virtual directories)
Application pool's Advanced Settings > Enable 32-Bit Applications : False
Http_Redirect site (HTTP binding only, is a blank shell of a folder with no directories)
Application pool's Advanced Settings > Enable 32-Bit Applications : True
+1 for kakosey's clarification of Erik99's answer (enabling 32-bit applications for ONLY the site that needs to be redirected).
Windows Server 2012 R2