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5/6/2014 1:30 PM
 
I need definitive help in setting up a HTTP to HTTPS redirect.  I'm using DNN Community Edition 05.06.02 (144) on a Windows 2008 Standard ISS 7 platform.  I successfully added a GoDaddy.com SSL cert to the site and any HTTPS requests are correctly resolved.  However, any HTTP requests results in a page not found (HTTP 400) error page.  I want the HTTP requests to resolve to HTTPS.  I've tried a few different attempts with the Site Settings SSL Enforces and with secured marked on each page, to using the URL Rewrite with IIS7.  Nothing seems to do the trick.  I'm looking for a straight forward solution - any ideas?
 
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5/7/2014 7:12 AM
 
Check out this article and see if it helps:

http://www.sslshopper.com/iis7-redire...

Mark
 
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7/3/2014 9:30 AM
 
Sorry for the delay - I was out of service for a while.  Yeah, I tried that article and several others.  Nothing seems to work.  HTTPS works fine, but HTTP will not redirect.  Still looking for help.
 
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