auto redirect from http to https stopped working

I renewed the SSL on my Exchange 2016 server. After doing so, the automatic redirect to http from https stopped working. I am fine manually putting in https and the "s" is using the new ssl according to Chrome. I still have the only ssl in there. IIS is only enabled on the new ssl though. I was fine before renewing. Do I need to delete the old ssl for the auto redirect to work again?
mrosierAsked:
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Jason CrawfordConnect With a Mentor Transport NinjaCommented:
Man you're right that was a copy/paste error.  Than you for the catch. Many apologies here is the right one - https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998359(v=exchg.160).aspx
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mrosierAuthor Commented:
Should this work out for Windows/Exchange 2016 as well as the earlier version described in the article?
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Todd NelsonSystems EngineerCommented:
Don't use that article.  It's entirely different with Exchange 2016.
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Jason CrawfordTransport NinjaCommented:
I've used it successfully for 2010 also.
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mrosierAuthor Commented:
Well I just got through the article (sorry Todd!), but I did what it said and the only changes I made to my server as a result of the article was in the second half (disable the SSL requirement on the "Default Web Site"). I cleared the checkbox in Step 4, and enabled the checkbox for Rpc in Step 11, then restarted the IIS within the console. That has fixed my redirect issue. All the other steps were already in place. Does anyone forsee a problem with that that could crop up later as a result of those modifications? To clarify, I used the original article posted. UPDATE: Huh, it's a bit strange, but after double-checking the steps, I see my Rpc directory has gone back to being unchecked. The redirect still works though. It looks like in the end, I just had to uncheck Require SSL on the Default Web Site.
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Todd NelsonSystems EngineerCommented:
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