I just installed and configured Stash and it is running at its default location of localhost:7990. I am able to access this locally without any problems. In order to proxy remote requests to Stash I set up IIS to reverse proxy all request to www.domain.com/stash/ to localhost:7990. I acheived this through IIS URL Rewrite without changing any of the configurations of Stash's Tomcat. If I navigate to the www.domain.com/stash/ the page appears and everything seems like it's working fine. However when I go to the Administration panel and try to configure specific settings, i.e. Application Links, it seems as though (looking at Chrome's Developer Tools) that the some resources referencing www.domain.com/* instead of www.domain.com/stash/* which causes the page not to load. Additionally, if I try to save any of the settings in i.e. Server Settings instead of redirecting me back to the current page and saving the settings it redirects me back to www.domain.com/*. As a result of these errors I get 404 errors and other wierd page loading artifacts. Is there anyway to get this to functioning correctly without having to change the context of Stash, this being routing everything to and from www.domain.com/stash/*?
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