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IIS unable to SSL non default set

IIS unable to SSL non default set

IIS unable to SSL non default set

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I created two sites under my IIS, one is default and the other with a defined header (e.g. www.newsite.com). The www.newsite.com secured with SSL.

When I tried to access thosed secured pages, it is able to find those pages. It seems that IIS tried to locate the pages in the default site.

I think it is a Microsoft IIS design & implementation problem but anyway pls help.

RE: IIS unable to SSL non default set

You could rename your pages in accordance with the ssl defaults.

RE: IIS unable to SSL non default set

Check your IP Address assignments on the web sites.
Best practice is to reassign port on default web site and leave it 'stopped', create new web site(s) for each virtual site, point home directory to site content folder, assign each an IP Address (must be bound to NIC first), leave default set to all unassigned.

RE: IIS unable to SSL non default set

One more thought. You will need to register the URLs with a DNS server or enter them in a hosts file to access them using a FQDN (fully qualified domain name).

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