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daniil

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Good day
we have windows 2003 and deployed mail server
On it installed an SSL certificate
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how to configure the web face that would all redirect to https?

If this question has already been sorry not found the answer ....
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daniil

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Thank you very much
helped but now remains to understand which settings give the mailer The Bat ....
Do you have a possibility to prompt?
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d.

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We setup any requests, for general web access, to port 80, to go to a simple self-served page (on a port like 8080) that says "you are being redirected to a secure page now... Please note this URL XXX for future use..."

And then just do a simple HTML redirect command to the secure URL, port 443.

Works a treat for us (we're running Mac OS X server, but the same principle can be applied in your Win2k3 situation).

Cheers,
D.

PS. Don't muck with Port 80 itself, since Kerio uses this for the HTTP and WebDav serving. Hence why we used port 8080 for our redirection page Smile.

[Updated on: Tue, 25 January 2011 01:57]


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jonte

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Same here, we have a webserver on port 80 with a redirect to 443.
Nothing should be communicated in unsecure ports anyway, so there is no problem of removing port 80 from Kerios service list. In our case, this is controlled by the separate firewall.
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marook

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Only issues is: All the Auto-Config tools STOP workiing if there is no HTTP service enabled... and if it's not on port 80... go figure!
Even if it's only on port 8080, the config-tool errors with a 'can't connect to server...'

If you set the Advanced option/Security Policy to: Require Secure connections
the auto-config tool will Still use the HTTP port, and then fail...

So much for security...

Regards,

Jakob Peterhänsel
Consultant - Humac A/S

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