Like many other users here, I signed up with the understanding the unlimited domains would mean that I could host more than one website on my account. While this is possible using multiple sites (at additional cost), it does not appear to be possible using the IIS 7 ver 1.1 Rewrite module as some - including Winhost - have suggested. I have gone round and round with this and here is what I have found: 1. You can easily make a rewrite rule in IIS 7 to rewrite the domain typed into the browser before it hits the ASP.NET app. For example, you can have www.site.com be rewritten to www.site.com/folder before the app ever gets the request. This works great and essentially allows you to map your www. prefix to a particular subfolder. 2. The idea would then be to map other portions of my website, such as a knowledgebase application, for example, to another subfolder such as www.site.com/knowledgebase. Since this is rather poor site appearance, I would rather have a subdomain mapped there, such as knowledgebase.site.com. Using the Rewriter module, this is also easily done. Here's the rub, though. The rewrite is done before the application sees the request. As far as the app knows, the original request looks like "www.site.com/folder", not "www.site.com". All postbacks, controls and the like within the application create postbacks and links to the www.site.com/folder location. This is NOT what I want. I understand that version 2.0 of the rewriter provides the corresponding funcionality of rewriting the output of the app back to the browser. Winhost seems to think that version 1.1 can do this somehow, but I just don't see it - even people whose sites are now "successfully" using rewriting seem to have the subfolder issue on postback. (See posting http://forum.Winhost.com/showthread.php?t=3495&highlight=rewrite or visit www.davesramblings.com for an example) Has anyone else ACTUALLY gotten this to work using version 1.1? Am I just missing something terribly obvious. NOTE: I really am not looking to hack up the application placed in the folders. Some of them are commercial apps for which I likely cannot even get the source. The solution here needs to be completely handled by the hosting service/configuration, not by programming in redirects and rewrites into the app itself. I am just about to give up on this whole deal and just leave the subfolders out there until Winhost releases Version 2.0 of the rewrite module.