If "%2F" is included in the directory name or the file name of a URL Path, it will be converted to "/" on the Web server (IIS, Apache, etc.) and a 404 error will occur on the resin.

If "%2F" is included in the directory name or the file name of a URL Path, it will be converted to "/" on the Web server, and a 404 error will occur indicating a directory name or a file name that does not exist on the resin.

We do not assume that "%2F(/)" is used for directory names and file names for our products.
Please do not use "%2F(/)" in directory names and file names.

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