If you are running a Microsoft PKI in your environment then chances are you will have (or at least you should have) configured at least one HTTP based distribution point (CDP) for your Certificate Revocation Lists. If you are only publishing full CRLs then you will have no problems however if you are publishing Delta CRLs, the smaller, faster to process kind which list only certificates revoked since the last full publish then you may encounter an issue if you are using an IIS website to publish these.
The problem lies in the filename used for the CRLs. In my lab for example, my Certificate Authority issues a CRL file name rjglab-CA.crl and the delta files are named the same as the full CRL but they are appended with the plus character making the file name rjglab-CA+.crl. In it’s native configuration, IIS does not permit the use of the plus character because that character falls into the realms of IIS Request Mapping and the request handler.