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Series Entries: ‘Redirecting HTTP to HTTPS’ Series



Jan
17

This article is for IIS 6 for the IIS 7 please refer to this article. If you configure IIS to only allow https connections, a user will get a 403.4 error when attempting to access the page via http. To fix this problem we create a custom 403.4 page that redirects http requests to https. […]

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Filed Under: IIS 6.0
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Apr
08

Please Note: This does NOT work on IIS 7.5 or R2. You will get a LOCK VIOLATION due to changes in security in the newer version. Please use the URL Rewrite 2.0 method instead. This article is for IIS 7 for IIS 6 configuration please refer to this article. If you configure IIS to only […]


Filed Under: IIS 7.0
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Sep
08

It’s possible to Force SSL on web pages using ASP. In this article I will show you how to accomplish this. To do this you need to do 2 things. Create a ForceSSL.asp page Set the file as an include on any pages that require SSL ForceSSL.asp Within your website create a file called ForceSSL.asp. […]


Filed Under: IIS 6.0, IIS 7.0, Windows 2003, Windows 2008
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Mar
10


In a previous article I covered the installation URL Rewrite 2.0 for IIS 7. This is a plug-in for IIS 7 that allows you to manipulate URL’s. URL Rewrite has a GUI to allow you to enter rules within IIS 7; in the background all this does is edit the web.config file of the site. […]


Filed Under: IIS 7.0, URL Rewrite
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