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Adding SSL to a website
I have a website say mysite.com.
There is a section for clients to login mysite.com/clients.
I want that section to be secured using an ssl certificate.
I buy an ssl certificate for mysite.com and add it to the server.
I want to users to still be able to access mysite.com using http but be forced to use https if they browser to mysite.com/clients. The website is running IIS 7.5.
Is there an easy way to do this?
Microsoft IIS Web Server
8/22/2022 - Mon
Go to the ssl settings for that directory on your site and check "require ssl"
Step by step details following.
expand the computer node
Expand the site
Click on the folder you want to secure
Click on SSL settings in the center pane
Check the require ssl box and continue from there
then run from a command prompt
Any coding need to be changed on the site? When I make this change and a user goes to http://mysite.com/clients are they redirect to https://mysite.com/clients automatically or do I need to do that on IIS?
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