Not on the power box, although we do use the rewrite engine for other stuff there. Some of my sites hosted on linux however I did run a rule that did that. You the common rule that google brings up. Worked fine

On Sat, 2021-04-03 at 23:51 -0400, Jim Franz wrote:

Primary website (domain name) hosted elsewhere. Order entry pages hosted on

i. The primary site recently added ssl, but the order.xyz.com (Apache

webserver) on i not set up for ssl. Do i need the certificate from primary

site? They are as clueless as i am about this, but googling about

subdomains seems to say yes.


DCM long ago set up and has entries needed for sftp.


A second question - since subdomain site has many pages, all dynamic, has

anyone used the Apache rewrite engine so as to not fix every http reference

into https?


Jim



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