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From Robert S <robert.spam.me.sensel...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] How to run Windows Server through mod_proxy
Date Sat, 04 Jan 2014 09:05:41 GMT
I run a small office network which, do date, has a Windows XP machine
functioning as a file etc "server" and a Debian Linux machine running
Apache httpd as a web server. We intend to replace the XP machine with
some version of Windows Server (looking at WHS 2011 at the moment on a
trial basis). I would like to be able to continue running the Apache
server, but to allow web access to the WHS machine using apache
mod_proxy. I already have this working for several servers (etc.
usermin).

I've tried setting this up in my mod_proxy ssl config:

ProxyRequests off
SSLProxyEngine on
ProxyPass /whs/ https://192.168.0.28:443/
ProxyPassReverse /whs/ https://192.168.0.28:443/

When I enter https://mydomain.com.au/whs/ on an external computer I
get "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage". If I try to access
this site within my network my browser redirects to
https://192.168.0.28/Remote/logon?ReturnUrl=%2fremote

Has anyone got this config working, or is there a recipe somewhere for this?

I really don't want to use IIS as my primary web server.

TIA.

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