After following the directions in the "Integrating JIRA with IIS" Atlassian document, I am not able to bring the JIRA application up. When I type in the JIRA url, the /JIRA virtual directory contents appear in the browser. Our operating system is Windows 2012 and the IIS version is 8. Any assistance provided will be appreciated.
From memory, that means that while JIRA may be working, IIS is not seeing it as an application to be proxied it thinks it's just a set of files in a virtual directory. When I've done that, it's always been down to the isapi configuration being incorrect (with the notable exception that I forgot to install the dll once and spent 2 hours banging my head on totally correct config). Could you go over every step in the isapi section and check that you've done everything as per doc?
Also, I assume you've checked JIRA is served up ok to a browser hitting the server directly (even if the browser is only on the server)
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