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I just added an SSL certificate to a Sharepoint site. The site has access to an Exchange calendar and has a logo (picture) on it. If I access the site via http, I see the sharepoint site and then am prompted for my credentials to access the calendar. I enter my credentials and the calendar pops up. Everything looks good at that point. Now, if I try to access the same sharepoint site via https, I am prompted for my credentils before it displays the site; once I login, it then gives me the following message:


 Security Warning window

If I click on "Yes" button, it then displays the site, but there is a broken link where my logo was and the I see the outline of the calendar, but inside the are where the calendar would be there is a large exclamation mark inside a circle and it says "Navigation to the webpage was cancelled" and below that it says "What you can try:" and below that it says "Retype the address". So, just adding the SSL certificate, seems to mess my whole site up. Is there a reason behind this?
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Hi,

The Calendar and logo files need to be served across HTTPS as well. It seems to me like you're hitting both those across HTTP which will cause Internet Explorer to prompt like that.

Basically saying some parts of the site are HTTPS, which it is going to display, while others are HTTP which it's going to stop loading.

Thanks

Russ

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How would I do that in this case? Would access to both of those be setup in IIS or Sharepoint? I don't know Sharepoint. I am not sure how and where the link to the Exchange calendar is setup.
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knightfrank,

Any idea how I server a calendar and image across https? Anyone else?
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