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Microsoft ISA - Publishing Web Server using SSL

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I am trying to publish a web server, actualy its a domino web server. It works fine unless you try to access somthing that reqires a certificate, like notes absed email, then it hangs. I have done the following...

1. Registered the server with registrar
2. Created Web Publishing rule translating the DNS name to the internal IP
3. Installed Certificate plugin in the MMC

What next????
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Have you created a rule that publishes 443 (ssl) or just HTTP(80)?
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Yes I have created a Server publihing rule that allows HTTPS.
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Who issued the cert?
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What I am wanting to know is how to configure the ISA server to allow pass through to a SSL server. Do I have to import the Cert, and thus create a bridge to the SSL server by proxy? Do I allow the origianl SSL server to issue the Cert. directly to the browser and bypass the proxy. What needs to happen and how? If this is alot of detail I will add more points.
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What I am wanting to know is how to configure the ISA server to allow pass through to a SSL server. Do I have to import the Cert, and thus create a bridge to the SSL server by proxy? Do I allow the origianl SSL server to issue the Cert. directly to the browser and bypass the proxy. What needs to happen and how? If this is alot of detail I will add more points.
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If you are going to publish an SSL site yo uneed to move the cert to the ISA server.


http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q298900
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