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4.4.2 Reroute Requests with Redirects 
When a browser requests a page on your Web site, the Web server locates the page and returns it to the 
browser. When you move a page on your Web site, you can instruct the Web server to give the browser the 
new URL, which the browser then uses to request the page again. This process is called redirecting a 
browser request or redirecting to another URL. Redirecting a URL is useful when you are updating your 
Web site and want to make a part of it unavailable, or when you have changed the name of a virtual 
directory and want links to files in the original virtual directory to access the same files in the new virtual 
directory. IIS includes two features that provide this functionality: server-side includes (SSI) and the ASP 
scripting environment that allows you to dynamically alter Web content after the content has been requested, 
but before it is returned to the browser. SSI allows you to perform a host of Web site management activities 
from adding dynamic time-stamping to running a special shell command each time a file is requested. SSI 
commands, which are called directives, are added to Web pages when the page was designed. When a page 
is requested, the Web server parses out all the directives it finds in a Web page and then executes them. ASP, 
which is a server-side scripting environment, is primarily designed for Web application development, but 
can also be used to ease Website management. It allows you to track users visiting a Web site, or you can 
customize Web content based on browser capabilities. 

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