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HTPPS: what's required?

HTPPS: what's required?

HTPPS: what's required?

It's one thing to just create a web page in one of the .NET languages - CAN-DO (albeit rusty on it).
But are there any requirements in the page's code to be "qualified" for HTTPS (like this forum, for instance, just throw a glance on its address line winky smile)?
Or it's all in the host's box/blade/server configuration, starting with IIS and so on?
Please enlighten this old dinosaur of the WS and LAN (blush) on the I-net stuff!



RE: HTPPS: what's required?

Http and https are protocols halted by the server. Your page doesn't have to do anything special.

RE: HTPPS: what's required?

Thank you!



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