Redirect http://website/cms/ to http://website/

Jun 21, 2007 at 1:02 AM
I'm sorry if this is a totally stupid question, but I read through the documentation and I feel a little lost. Basically, all of the current web pages on our website are like the below.

1. http://website/index.aspx
2. http://website/adultprobation.aspx?id=28
3. http://website/careercenter.aspx

Soon, we are installing Ektron's CMS400.NET on our web server in which all the web pages will now be in their own folder called "CMS400":

1. http://website/CMS400/index.aspx
2. http://website/CMS400/adultprobation.aspx?id=28
3. http://website/CMS400/careercenter.aspx

I don't want users or departments to see that new location when they click on their page. I would like to rewrite those links to look like they are in the root, like they always were.

So, basically, how do I rewrite:

http://website/CMS400/index.aspx
to
http://website/index.aspx
or http://website

Thanks, Val
Jun 21, 2007 at 1:33 AM
Are you on the correct forum?
Jun 21, 2007 at 2:05 AM
Why don't you just upload Ektron to the root?