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https: and default (defunct) directory

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by n_kruse, May 26, 2003.

  1. n_kruse

    n_kruse Well-Known Member

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    I am totally lost. If I go to any of the sites on my server https://www.asite.com/ I see a bunch of files and folders for a combination of serveral sites. What is the deal here.

    As well a newbie ?, I am former Plesk user, each site had a https folder, what is the equivalent here? I see that if I go to https://www.asite.com/index.htm. The same file in the public_html is pulled up, but if I go to https://www.asire.com/aprogram.exe it is not found. Why is this?

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    I would like to know this too.

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    n_kruse Well-Known Member

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    I think you have to get a security certificate and install it and then it will work. I have tested on and this is what I discovered that when you go to the https it just pulls the files from the regular public_html but in a encrypted setting. I have not completed the testing but this is what I think I have discovered. I wish someone would post and let me know if this was correct. Especially before I spend the money to buy an actual certificate of my own or my clients buy one.

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