Re: Problem with SSL

Thanks for the response.

In my websites http root directory I have an index.htm as in
" This file does a redirect to

When I use the fully qualified URL for the index.htm page, the redirect to
the index.asp page works. Its just that none of the client side javascript in
index.asp works. If I go back into the directory properties for the "secure"
directory and uncheck the "Require Secure Channel", then type in then the client side javascript works

If I check "Require Secure Channel", my client side javascript doesn't work,
If I uncheck "Require Secure Channel", my client side javascript does work.

Any ideas?


"Ratatooie" wrote:

> You want "microsoft.public.inetserver.iis". Certificates are most often
> dealt with there.
> What you did was tell IIS to not accept traffic on HTTP in that folder. It
> will throw an error message if you try.
> SSL has _NOTHING_ to do with JavaScript. I'd suggest making a test virtual
> web and troubleshooting your redirects there without modifying paths or
> anything else.
> When you navigated, how did you do that? With a fully qualified hostname?
> What's the URL?
> "Dan" <Dan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:00A18CE7-43EF-4483-9C92-683F87072AA0@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the right place, but here goes....
> >
> > I've recently built a website application using asp with both server and
> > client side javascript (jscript). Most of the files reside in a
> > subdirectory
> > of the website root directory. I have an index page that does a redirect
> > to
> > the the correct starting page inside of this subdirectory.
> >
> > After installing the certificate, I went into the IIS Manager, selected
> > the
> > correct web site, navigated to my subdirectory, right clicked and brought
> > up
> > the properties window. Then I selected Directory Security->Secure
> > Communications Edit and checked "Require Secure Channel". What I wanted to
> > do
> > was specify anything in this subdirectory should go through SSL. Up until
> > this point everything was fine.
> >
> > After that I navigated to one of the pages inside of this subdirectory
> > using
> > IE. Now none of my client side javascript works. Even my mouse overs don't
> > work any more. Someone told that something has gotten confused becuase the
> > ports have changed. I was told that all that I need to do un-unstall and
> > re-install the website.
> >
> > Does this make sense to anyone? How do I un-install and re-install? What
> > does that do to the SSL certificate?
> >
> > Any help would be appreciated.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > -Dan
> >
> >

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