SBS2011 Remote Web Access

Back in SBS2003 to setup Remote Web Workplace I would go to "Server Management" run the "Internet and email" wizard to configuration
then test my main remote web workplace by going to https:\\servername\remote on the LAN I would ignore the web site security certificate) and select "continue to this website (not recommended)"
Then I would purchase a SSL Certificate and setup
Then make a pass through on the firewall/router

Now in SBS2011 I open up SBS console go to "Shared folders and web sites" under the Web Sites" tab make sure Remote Web access and Internal Web site is enabled
Then try to hit it from a Pc on the LAN by going to  https://servername/remote
I get the "there is a problem with this web site security certificate" I ignore by selecting
"continue to this website (not recommended)"
When I do this nothing happens

Any feed back is appreciated
jsarinanaI.T. ManagerAsked:
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Toni UranjekConsultant/TrainerCommented:
Which browser do you use?
jsarinanaI.T. ManagerAuthor Commented:
I.E. 11
Toni UranjekConsultant/TrainerCommented:
Did you try to use Comptaibility view or any other browser?
David AtkinTechnical DirectorCommented:
When you've configured the SBS did you go through the wizards?  I.e the Internet Address Wizard etc.

If so, does it work when you browse to the internet name?  I.e.

Run the Fix My Network wizard from the SBS Console (Networking> Connectivity) and confirm if there are any certificate related errors.

Compatibility mode is also required as SBS RWW will only work on IE9

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