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https connects to wrong web site

I am using IIS6. I am hosting 2 web sites that both use ssl. I call them  a.com and b.com.

a.com works fine. If I enter www.b.com in my browser I am redirected to https://www.b.com. Which is what I want. However if I enter https://www.b.com I get redirect to https://www.a.com. This is not good. Does anyone know why this is.

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Microsoft IIS Web ServerWindows Server 2003

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whiwex

8/22/2022 - Mon
ktaczala

What are your settings like in IIS >> advanced web site Identification ?
for each web site?
IP Address?  TCP port?  Host Header Value?
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For a.com
IP Address 192.168.2.60
TCP Port 80
SSL Port 443
Headers 192.168.2.60 www.a.com and 192.168.2.60 a.com
Multiple SSL identies for this site
192.168.2.60 port 443

For b.com
IP Address 192.168.2.60
TCP Port 80
SSL Port 443
Headers 192.168.2.60 www.b.com and 192.168.2.60 b.com
Multiple SSL identies for this site
192.168.2.60 port 443
ktaczala

I assume you've googled look for an answer but here are a couple in case you haven't seen them.

are you doing any thing like this to redirect?
http://www.jppinto.com/2009/01/automatically-redirect-http-requests-to-https-on-iis-6/

Or are you trying to let IIS handle it?

Here's a link to do it with no coding. This might work for you.
http://omaralzabir.com/redirecting-traffic-from-http-to-https-with-zero-coding-in-iis/
never tried it though.
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Fixed it myself