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2/15/2017 10:12 AM
 

The SSL Enabled and SSL Enforced options in Admin --> Settings --> Security --> More just don't work. I have add code to the web.config to get the site to work with an ssl certificate. Any new on a fix here? Thanks.

 
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2/17/2017 3:38 PM
 
did you check "is secure" for each page?

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3/30/2017 7:19 PM
 

 Wondering what code you put in web.config to make it force SSL?  I want to redirect all traffic to SSL.  If I use IIS redirect it sets up an endless loop of redirects.  This worked in previous versions.  I have literally hundreds of portals and don't want to create login pages and mark all pages as secure.

 
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