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Old 12-31-2010, 06:28 PM   #16
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Wtf is 'the blue bar'?

You sound like you are saying you've got a badly made certificate and want to avoid being connected over ssl to the suite with a hostname that is not in the cert. Well you'll presumably have trouble getting that initial connection anyway due to a hostname mismatch. Normal convention, as I see it, is to allow a normal connection and redirect to ssl on the right hostname, e.g. secure.domain.com.
 
Old 01-01-2011, 01:36 AM   #17
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Wtf is 'the blue bar'?

You sound like you are saying you've got a badly made certificate and want to avoid being connected over ssl to the suite with a hostname that is not in the cert. Well you'll presumably have trouble getting that initial connection anyway due to a hostname mismatch. Normal convention, as I see it, is to allow a normal connection and redirect to ssl on the right hostname, e.g. secure.domain.com.
this is wtf a blue bar is, you now learnt something..http://i53.tinypic.com/2usaauf.jpg

If you dont know about something why do you keep making inane assumptions that make yourself seem dumber than the conclusions you make?? Where did I say I have trouble getting the SSL connection to work?? why are you assuming I have a badly made cert??..**sighs

The connection works fine, the blue bar just does not show up, unless I enter www1.site.com thus the need to have ssl connections redirected to www1.

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Old 01-01-2011, 02:38 AM   #18
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I assume you have a bad cert as you say the magic blue bar only appears when you have a specific hostname, I.e. you would rather it worked either way round, but you don't have a weird our suitable subjectaltname field in the cert. I'm trying to help you, but having to dumb things down to the level of unexplained coloured rectangles makes things farcical. You clearly don't understand your subject matter, yet don't have enough sense to acknowledge this and are turning your lack of understanding against those trying to speak at your level. Good luck.
 
Old 01-01-2011, 03:44 AM   #19
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lmaooo You did not even know what the blue bar was, and that was as simple as I could have put it and you still couldn't understand what I was talking about, so I apologize to linuxquestions for wasting their bandwidth trying to explain my self to you when from your first response, I knew it was beyond your capacity to offer even a modicum of sensible suggestions , and to the viewers of this thread who now have wasted one mouse click to turn to this page after having to read through moronic assumptions which can only be explained by a lonely user's attempt to build post counts for the new year lol loll...tsk tsk

Anyways to those viewers who may have the same issue and need assistance Please use the following.

RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} ^443$
RewriteRule ^(/secure/.*) https://www1%{SERVER_NAME}%{REQUEST_URI} [L,R]

Problem resolved..

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Old 01-01-2011, 04:34 AM   #20
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Are you honestly taking the piss?? Why should anyone be seriously be expected to know what a blue bar is?? You didn't even bother saying what browser it related to, what it means. What DOES it mean? you tell me what this blue patch of screen actually exactly means? I find it ludicrous that someone's knowledge of the IT industry can be in any way judged by knowing a obscure security gimmick of one specific web browser. The fact that I clearly know a hell of a lot more about SSL certs and running enterprise web servers doesn't appear to count for shit because I don't know about FX turning a bit of a bar a different colour? Moron.
 
Old 01-01-2011, 04:49 AM   #21
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I see the little knowledge you have about IT, you intend to overcompensate by tracing like a girl even after I have posted the solution to my problem lol loollll wow, you must be one angry transvestite on new years day.I'm gone, have fun here alone in my thread, I will go and view my blue ssl bar some more lolllll

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