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Old 10-04-2005, 04:07 AM   #1
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Apache Port 443


I used to have apache setup to listen on port 443 so when I type in https://mydomain I would be able to accept a secure connection and view my site. I have since formated my system and now when I set my httpd.conf file to listen on port 443, I can no longer see my page via https://mydomain. I have to type http://mydomain:443........What am I doing wrong?

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