Re: Redirecting users to Https
Date: Sat, 30 Oct 2004 23:04:45 +0200
This sounds OK.
Here is another way of redirecting users...
How to redirect an HTTP connection to HTTPS for Outlook Web Access clients
in Exchange 2000 Server
"Jason" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I am redirecting users to a secure channel using a simple page
> containing a meta refresh tag. I am using this page as a custom error
> page for the secure channel error so when users type www.anything.com
> they get the error which automatically redirects them to the right
> page using https. I have a SSL Cert. from Verisign and the common name
> on this cert must match the name of the site you wish to have it
> applied to. Therefore I have the cert applied to my root directory
> meaning the whole site is Https. This works but I am wondering if this
> is the best way to do this.
> Thanks for any help,
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