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Configuring the SSL for a Extranet Site

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 01, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Hi, I have been reading about an error iam encountering.I have a 3 tier farm, with one site collection on http://portal.mycompany.com (Internal URL) and https://portal.mycompany.com, on the ISA Server i have made a SSL termination and on the MOSS I have this 2 AAM: -http://portal.mycompany.com -> Default -https://portal.mycompany.com -> Extranet But i havent extend my web application because i want to use the same host header, only that from intranet they must use HTTP and from internet HTTPS. The errors iam encountering are with the CEWP when editing from HTTPS(Cannot retrieve Properties) also creating new meeting areas from Outlook and check-out documents. this errors only happends when accesing through the ISA Server. When intranet everything works. The ISA Server is configured as the "Configure Reverse Proxy"  http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc261814(office.12).aspx. Dont know how to do this. Because what it only changes is the Protocol not the URL. Any help will be really appreciated. Thanks!


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