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From: CEC/ Raymond Chin <raymond.chin@ce...> - 2003-09-26 23:26:51
Thank you very much and I find that it's due to my apache settings. After
I correctly installed the ssl on apache, it's not working fine, thank you
very much for your tip.
From: p dont think [mailto:pdontthink@...]
Sent: Friday, September 26, 2003 3:26 PM
To: 'CEC/ Raymond Chin';
Subject: RE: Newbie: SM's plugin "secure login" display "Page not found"
> I had apache2(--with-ssl), cyrus SASL and SM installed. They were
> fine before I installed the "secure login" plugin. I got "Page not
> on my IE while the secure login plugin is installed. I am pretty sure
> my apache server and IE are able to display SSL pages (because I have
> another SSL application @ https://xxx.xxx:xxxx works fine). I had ran
> "nmap" to check but the prot 443 for SM's SSL is not on. Please
> to setup so that I could enable SSL on SM. Thanks a million.
Just try to access the regular SM URL on your server with https://
first. If that works, then the plugin is causing problems and I can
step through it with you. I imagine, however, that the problem is with
your apache setup. Make sure your conf file's SSL section is configured
properly if you can't even get there manually by typing in https://
directly in the browser. That would be a question best addressed