I have a problem. I am mandated to have an SSL certificate on my site. My Default Web Application/site/zone is using Port 80 and a host header (www.mycompany.com). Everything I have read recommends extending the web application and set the security to use
SSL (which I did). I created wwwsp1.mycompany.com and attached the SSL certificate for that host name. To prevent users from using port 80 I simply went HTTP Redirect on IIS7 server and pointed requests to the alternate URL. - Problem - In Central Administration
so many areas are referencing the port 80 URL (Peferred Search Center, for instance) which is now inaccessible.
I also have an SSL certificate for www.mycompany.com. What I need to know is how to attach it to the default web application. I have read I can simply *Remove SharePoint from IIS Web site* in Application Management under Central Administration and recreate
it using SSL. This scares the heck out of me. It is the Default web application and name. I DO see a benefit by the elimination of the Alternate Site Access Mapping Site.
Any recommendations or guidance would be greatly appreciated.
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