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SSL Problems with Apache Open_SSL

SSL Problems with Apache Open_SSL

SSL Problems with Apache Open_SSL

I recently installed a SSLCert on our webserver. I am still able to go to the site using http://sfscollect.com and I would like for our visitors to only view the pages by typing https://sfscollect.com.  How can I do this using .htaccess or php to insure that they always receive a secured page?  I don't have access to the ReWrite_mod.  Any help will be much appreciated.

John Jarrell
MIS - SFS, Inc.

RE: SSL Problems with Apache Open_SSL


Unfortunately, you have posted your question to the wrong forum, I suspect because you saw the word Apache in the forum title.  This forum is dedicated to the Java-based, Jakarta (Apache) Log4j logging framework.

There is a separate forum here at Tek-Tips for your PHP-related question.

When you log into www.tek-tips.com, find the search section on the top part of the page, put "PHP" in the search field, and check the "Find a Forum" radio button to the right.

You should find that there is only one PHP forum:  Home > Forums > Programmers > Graphics & Web Tools is where you should find it.  The forum number is 434, if that helps.

Good luck!


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