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henrihoffmann

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Hi,

have here Kerio Workspace running, with http and https. How to point the workspace client to use https, instead of http?
What's the configuration file?

Thanks
Henri
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henrihoffmann

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Found it, stored in syncdb.db (sqlite) DB, update the Libraries table.

Henri
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Stanislav Kolar (Kerio)

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Hello,

the client uses the protocol the user did use when he/she subscribed the file library. If the user did use http connection when he/she subscribed the file library, the client will use http regardless the user will use https after that. If you want to change it, you have to unsubscribe the file library and subscribe it again using https, or you have to change it in the database file (but it really isn't recommended way to do it). Does it make sense?
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Hi Stanislav,

thanks for the explanation, had a mix of http/https in the table.
Had noticed in Kerio Control, that Kerio Workspace used some HTTP session (possible SQL injection message in Kerio Control), not a good idea when travelling around. Maybe you can add a maintenance dialog in the Workspace Client to show/change the Libraries table, at least to be aware of http usage.

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Henri
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Stanislav Kolar (Kerio)

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Hello,

the best way is to enforce the users to use https. In the administration interface go to the "Web Server Ports" page and check "Redirect all requests to HTTPS".
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