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From Mike Soultanian <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Question about SSL and Apache and a certificate error
Date Tue, 30 Sep 2008 00:20:48 GMT

Justin Pasher wrote:
> Ahhh... Now it should actually be possible. If possible, I would 
> (personally) try to push all traffic to whenever they 
> try to pull Whether or not this is possible in your 
> situation, I do not know. Something like this in the VirtualHost 
> config would do it.
> RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} !^www\.csulb\.edu$ [NC]
> RewriteRule ^/(.*)$$1 [R=permanent]
> This would make sure that requests for any pages are always going 
> through (as opposed to or any other 
> ServerAlias setting).
Would this affect sites like

We do make sure that and are both valid.

> FWIW, I tried visiting the test pages you mentioned above, and both of 
> them actually pushed me to https. Have you cleared your cache to make 
> sure the browser isn't trying to do something weird by caching the 
> previous response it received?
that's odd.. .I did refresh my browser and like you said, it started 
working.  I did still use your version as it has some definite advantages.

Thanks for your help!!

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