iis redirect using variable in URL

Using an inbound IIS rule can I use variable to redirect to a different URL https://www.cars.com/make/BMW/M3/index.html https://www.cars.com/make/BMW/index.html#M3 would I be able to have it go to https://www.cars.com/BWM.pdf#page=M3 IIS Rule <rewrite> <rules> <rule name=”CarModel”> <match url=”(http|https):\/\/www.cars.com\/make\/\w+\/[0-9]+\/index.html” /> <action type=”Rewrite” url=”https://www.cars.com/{Make}/{Make}.pdf#page={Model}” /> </rule> </rules> </rewrite>

The provided share path is longer than Windows Backup can support

Previously I made a backup wbadmin start backup -backupTarget:\\ftpback-rbxx-xxx.xxx.net\nsxxxxxxx.ip-xxx-xxx-xx.eu\C\20191210_071757 -allCritical -systemState -quiet Trying to restore wbadmin start systemstaterecovery -version:12/10/2019-15:18 -backupTarget:\\ftpback-rbxx-xxx.xxx.net\nsxxxxxxx.ip-xxx-xxx-xx.eu\C\20191210_071757 -quiet -autoReboot I get the following error The provided share path is longer than Windows Backup can support. The maximum network path supported is 110 characters. I cannot short the network shared folder because is…

Source policy-based routing to couple of sit tunnels. Works only first one

At Ubuntu Server 18.04 I want to have this behavior: curl -6 –interface 2001:470:e09f::3 ifconfig.co/ip 2001:470:e09f::3 curl -6 –interface 2001:470:c160::4 ifconfig.co/ip 2001:470:c160::4 But, unfortunately, only first prefix works. My startup script: #!/bin/sh sysctl -w net.ipv6.conf.default.forwarding=1 sysctl -w net.ipv6.conf.all.forwarding=1 sysctl -w net.ipv6.ip_nonlocal_bind=1 modprobe ipv6 ## tunnel_0 ip tunnel add he-ipv6-0 mode sit remote 216.66.22.2 local 154.16.126.60…

Google Compute Engine – Error on deployment

I think I might be missing something, but it won’t let me deploy with an SSD above 500gb {“ResourceType”:”compute.v1.instance”,”ResourceErrorCode”:”QUOTA_EXCEEDED”,”ResourceErrorMessage”:”Quota ‘SSD_TOTAL_GB’ exceeded. Limit: 500.0 in region us-west2.”} Am I doing something wrong, or should my boot disk not be that large and instead add extra drives after?