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Thanks. Whereabouts should I be putting my directory specification?
Am I doing this completely wrong by specifying it in ssl.conf, although this seems to work..
Would a virtual host declaration be better?
I'm speaking largely out of ignorance here, so take this with a grain of salt.
I would think that ssl.conf wouldn't be the best place to put this. If a connection comes in on http, I'm not sure that ssl ever plays a role, so ssl.conf may not ever be used.
I used a virtual host declaration largely because I have several virtual hosts, and that was the one I wanted re-directed to https no matter what. I suppose .htaccess could do the same, but it was easier to do it in a virtual host declaration since I had to create one anyway.