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6/30/2008 12:37 PM
 

Hello,

 

I've a hardware load balancing device in front of my dnn web servers. The device in in charge of https so no certificate installed on iis. Is there a way to have dnn links (menu, navigation, etc..) generated using https prefix instead of http ?

thanks.

 

Denis Corlier

 
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6/30/2008 9:42 PM
 

The hard way to do this is to enable SSL for the site (as a host), and then changing every single page on the site to be a "secure" page.  To make that easier, you could run an SQL query to change all of the pages in one fail swoop like this:

UPDATE [dbo].[tabs] SET [IsSecure] = 1

Or using the SQL page in the Host menu:

UPDATE {DatabaseOwner}{ObjectQualifier}Tabs SET [IsSecure] = 1

In order for that to take effect, you will need to clear the DNN cache.

 
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