How to make also work?

Currently our web address properly takes to our web site but if we use SSL, i.e.: will go nowhere. How to fix this issue?
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Joseph DalyCommented:
Do you have your website configured to answer HTTPS requests? Do you have a binding on the website for 443? Do you have a certificate that matches your website name?

With the information you posted there isn't really much help we can give you. You didn't even state what OS you are using.

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Jaroslav LatalMSPCommented:
You have to set new "Site Bindings" in IIS.
Right click on website, select "edit bindings" and add https type.

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