Lets Encrypt Web.config IIS Redirect for HTTP to HTTPs Allowing HTTP access to the .well-known Folder
Lets Encrypt offer a free SSL service, but configuring a server to allow non-HTTPs access to the .well-known, while also redirecting all other non-HTTPs requests can be tricky. Luckily IIS allows a neat way this can be achieved with Web.config redirects, here is how!
Thread abort exceptions can often be caused by doing Response.Redirect(...) within your Web Application, but what causes this and how can you solve it? Everything you need to know here.