Configuration :: IIS7 Config - Secure Connection Mandatory And IP Address As Hostname?

Oct 25, 2010

In IIS7 I don't find any possibility to keep a website from responding to it's IP address as soon there is SSL set up for this website. I did not add the IP address as hostname for this website and so would expect that the site does only respond to it's given hostname(s). Unfortunately the website won't work if requested via it's IP address, so I have to disable IP address as hostname somehow.

Another issue is that IIS 7 does not display the "secure connection obligatory" error page anymore if secure connection is mandatory for a website. Is there any way to get this error page being displayed, just like it was in IIS6 ?

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