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HTTPS error 403 that does not happen with http

Posted on 2008-10-23
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Hello,

I have just created my own SSL cert for testing internally. I have an internal IIS site serving up internal reports, etc. That site is

http://192.168.110.5

It runs fine.

https://192.168.110.5 

returns error 403 Permission denied (after I accept the cert).

IIS has port 80 and 443 assigned to 192.168.110.5 and point to a local directory that gives full access to the EVERYONE group.

Still no dice...any recommendations?  I have stopped/started/even rebooted.

Thanks,
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Question by:timburl
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figured out the problem...BlueDragon does not support SSL connections.  Filed under RTFM.

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