Stash / Confluence after migration problems accessing files/pages

I recently migrated our confluence, jira and stash applications from linux to windows. Finally I got it up running, but still having an issue I'm not able to resolve.

Via confluence I can't access pages with a "nice" url e.g. /display/space/niceurl.

/viewpage.acion?pageid, however seems to work fine

A similiar behaviour when using stash, I can view some repository files in the web gui via stash. But most of them will return the same error confluence is experiencing.

Error when acccessing the page:

Die gesuchte Ressource wurde entfernt oder umbenannt, oder sie steht vorübergehend nicht zur Verfügung.

(The requested resource has been removed or renamed, or it is temporarily not available.)

I tried to delete cache and tmp files but nothing changed. The application log files aren't showing any errors.

Server:

Windows 2008R2

jdk1.7.0_51

mysql 5.5

Running confluence (5.4.3) and stash (2.10.2) as service

Would be glad if anyone could know whats causing this problem.

Thanks

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Jason Hinch Atlassian Team Mar 20, 2014

This definitely sounds like a misconfigured proxy server. Have you experienced the same issue by viewing the page directly on the server (without a proxy)? I would suggest contacting http://support.atlassian.com/so that the problem can be diagnosed further.

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