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I am running a Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 web server (IIS 7.5) with the rewrite module and ARR installed. I have a few LAMP servers which do a few WordPress sites which are to be accessed via the Windows box (reverse proxy). I set up a reverse proxy rule (as seen here: http://weblogs.asp.net/owscott/creating-a-reverse-proxy-with-url-rewrite-for-iis). When I navigate to a WordPress sites' address, it should rewrite 




but instead, repeats the sitevirtualdirectory i.e


in the browser it would look like: 


The reverse proxy rules have been configured at the site level in IIS.


Any help would be much appreciated.




P.S excuse the incorrect use of the code attribute, the URLs kept highlighting and shortening even after manually breaking them.

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