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HELP!!!  Having some issues with SharePoint Foundation after implementing SSL self-signed cert to it.

Posted on 2012-03-27
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I am using a SharePoint Foundation 2010 test server to test the process of implementing SSL on Foundation.  I have performed the following steps according to these two articles.  I diverged a little by using a self-signed cert and using Internal URL rather than a Public URL.


http://www.sharepointconfig.com/2010/03/configuring-a-sharepoint-website-to-allow-ssl-connections/


http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sowmyancs/archive/2010/02/12/how-to-enable-ssl-on-a-sharepoint-web-application.aspx


So, not sure why, but anyone can view the SharePoint site now, which before I implemented SSL only those who had permissions in the Permissions Level list could.  They would be required to authenticate to even view the site.

Not sure what changed, but before I proceed further with the actual third-party SSL cert install on my production SharePoint Foundation server, I need to figure this out so it doesn't occur on it.

Server: Server 2008 R2, SQL 2005 x64 SP4, SharePoint Foundation 2010

Any ideas or suggestions to check/verify?

Thanks in advance.
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In Central Admin - APplication Management - Web App Management, select your web application and up in the ribbon, click User Policy.  Take a  screen shot of this box and post here.
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OK, here is the screenshot.

This is the User Policy for "SharePoint - 80" web application.  Using URL "http://servername/"

Say does this issue have anything to do with the unconfigured Alternate Access Mappings?
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I dont see the screen.  I thought you said you had already configured your AAM???  Can you post a screen of that too?
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I was having issues, so I believe I removed those settings.

Hmmmm...OK.  Let me reconfigure that and then retake screenshots for you.
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OK. Let me see if these attachments actually attach.
SharePoint-01.jpg
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You will notice the account it is logged in as System Account.
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Unless you are using a proxy, you should have your Public URL match your Internal.  I don't think that would would cause your site to be open to everyone though.  Very strange.
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How do you configure the Internal & Public URLs to match?
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dmoghe earned 500 total points
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Looks like the issue is with AAM, how do you want the end user to browse the site? using https  or http?

If http, then the current settings are good. If you want them to use https, then following should be the entry.

https://janustestsrvr             Default    https://janustestsrvr
http://janustestsrvr               Default    https://janustestsrvr
http://janustestsrvr:24907    Intranet  http://janustestsrvr:24907

For this you will click on 'Edit Public URL' and first remove all the entries. Later go ahead & add https://janustestsrvr  in the Default zone and http://janustestsrvr:24907 in the Intranet zone.

Click Ok and you would see the AAM as :
https://janustestsrvr             Default    https://janustestsrvr
http://janustestsrvr:24907    Intranet  http://janustestsrvr:24907

Now click on 'Add Internal URL' and add http://janustestsrvr  & select 'Default' zone and click Ok. You should get the above result.

Hope this helps!
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But if you want users to access both http & https, then your AAM should look like this :

http://janustestsrvr                 Default    http://janustestsrvr
https://janustestsrvr               Intranet   https://janustestsrvr
http://janustestsrvr:24907     Internet   http://janustestsrvr:24907
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