Does anyone know of a URL Rewrite module that is compatible with Sitecore 10.1.0 without SXA?

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Installing Constellation.Feature.Redirects gets you a new Sitecore app for the Sitecore Desktop called Redirect Manager. This application allows you to create, update, export, and import a list of marketing redirects.

You also get an Item Template that you can use to insert a Page Redirect anywhere in your content tree. This allows you to create short URLs that link to deeper content, or to host a URL within a given section of your site that points to something external to that branch of the content tree.

Installation Constellation.Feature.Redirects is managed via NuGet.

In Visual Studio, fire up the Package Manager console and install into a Web Application project:

PM:> Install-Package Constellation.Feature.Redirects

Once you will install this library you will get the option Redirect Manager in Desktop from Launchpad. enter image description here

Click on the redirect manager and it will redirect you to the new Window:

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In the Redirect Windows manager, you can perform the below operation

  1. Adding a New Marketing Redirect
  2. Editing Existing Redirects
  3. Importing and Exporting Marketing Redirects

See the blog post for more details: Redirects

Compatibility: Yes, It's compatible with Sitecore 10. Constellation is now compatible with Sitecore 10

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    Seems like this module has a lot of issues, at least for sc 10.2. I spend a lot of time on discovering this module and now regret about it. Would not recommend to use it. Commented Feb 2, 2022 at 23:33
  • Some issues I have faced and with the help of the module owner I have resolved and I wrote that solution in this blog you can refer, maybe it can help you. himmatsinghdulawat.blogspot.com/2021/11/… Commented Feb 3, 2022 at 4:46

There's no Sitecore-specific URL Rewrite to my knowledge, but perhaps IIS URL Rewrite will do? https://www.iis.net/downloads/microsoft/url-rewrite

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