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I have a SSL certificate for our production website. I would like to implement SSL on specific pages namely createaccount.aspx,signin.aspx,signup.aspx. I am told if I install the URL rewrite component I should be able to do this by adding an entry in the web.config. However all other pages are required to be on http.
Would someone be able to help me with that specific entry ?

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Aditya
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I modified the code so that when the user is being directed to these pages it adds an https in the url.
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Since I did not hear from the experts I implemented a round about solution.
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