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comment IIS Rewright from www to HTTPS
Okay, I think I found the problem. It looks like "www.mywebsite.com" is using the "mywebsite.com" certificate, which I believe is throwing the certificate error when going to "www.mywebsite.com". I realize this is all probably "first-grade" stuff to you guys, so I just want to say thank you for your help, comments and patients.
Jan
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comment IIS Rewright from www to HTTPS
Thank you. Yes, I just checked and the common name is "mywebsite.com". I did notice that I have two certificates, one for "mywebsite.com" and one for "www.mywebsite.com". This all started when one expired and I had to renew it. I am sure I am the cause of my own problems here!
Jan
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comment IIS Rewright from www to HTTPS
Got it - thanks again.
Jan
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comment IIS Rewright from www to HTTPS
Thanks for the feedback. I guess I am not sure how to write the question since I am not at all familiar with IIS, so I apologies for my ignorance. Could this be a certificate issue? Like I mentioned above the url works fine when typing "mywebsite.com" or "http"//mywebsite.com" into the browser and will redirect it to "https". However typing "www.mywebsite.com" into the browser redirects to "https" but with a cerficate error. I am just trying to understand this. Thank- you.
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