1) Download and install the IIS from the below URL.

2) Select the website you want to apply redirection to, then double-click URL Rewrite.

3) Click Add Rule(s)

4) Select Blank rule in the Inbound rules section, then click the OK button.

5) Give your redirect an easy-to-remember name. In the Matched URL section:

  • Set Requested URL: to Matches the Pattern.
  • Set Using to Regular Expressions.
  • Enter (.*) as the Pattern.
  • Check Ignore case.

6) Scroll down to Conditions and expand the section if necessary. Select Match All for Logical grouping, then click the Add… button.

7) A dialog box will open:

  • Type {HTTPS} in the Condition input field.
  • Set Check if input string to Matches the Pattern.
  • Type ^OFF$ in the Pattern field.
  • Check Ignore case.
  • Click the OK button.

8) You should now see your condition in the list.

9) Scroll down to the Action section and enter these settings:

  • Select Redirect as the Action type.
  • Type https://{HTTP_HOST}/{REQUEST_URI} in the Rewrite URL field.
  • Uncheck Append query string.
  • Set Redirect type to Permanent (301).

10) Click Apply in the right-hand Actions menu.

10) You can now check your redirect in a web browser. If there are any problems, you can check the site’s web.config file to make sure it contains the correct information. In IIS Manager, right-click your site and choose Explore from the menu.

11) Confirm that the file web.config exists, then open it in a text editor.

12) Verify that web.config contains the following text. If necessary you can create and/or modify this file:

13) Goto browser and access your site. It will work fine with https.

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