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Is it possible to have OWA and OMA running using HTTP and HTTPS at the same time?

I have tried to configure it for both and have lost my HTTP connection due to HTTPS overriding the settings.

We have the proper certificate installed on the Server and the testing devices but I cannot see the problem.

Any help would be great.
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Perfectly possible to do. Just don't enable the "Require SSL" option on the virtual directories. It is not required for SSL use.

Although whether it is a good idea or not is a different matter. I don't allow any http traffic in to my networks. The users can only use https.

Simon.
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