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  1. #1

    htaccess and IIS


    I'm finding that my web site is being hit by a number of unwanted crawlers (cyveillance, etc). I would like to find a simple way to deny access to these bots that I can impliment via a file in my root directory.
    or just setup redirection from "non www" version to "www" version

    The .htaccess file for the Apache server sounds exactly like what I need, but I'm on a Windows server with a commercial hosting company.

    Is there a file or protocol similar to the .htaccess file for windows server?

    thank you
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  2. #2
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    Mar 2004
    You can use IISPassword to have something similar to Apache.

  3. #3
    You may try ISAPI_Rewrite and also URL Protector as well
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  4. #4
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    Jan 2004
    You might want to try this...
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