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We have a site running Umbraco 4.5.2 running on IIS 6.0, using a ssl certificate that was recently renewed. After installing the new ssl certificate the site started issuing http 301 (Permanently moved) on all url's in the system handled by Umbraco.
For instance going to https://www.opfind.nu redirects the browser to http://www.opfind.nu. ;
But if we upload an ordinary html-file to the site and request it over https, no redirects are issued, and the file is served over https as it's supposed to.
Even though the only change made to the site was installing the renewed ssl certificate, we have checked for 301-packages, rules in urlrewriting.config, and deleted all content in /App_Data/TEMP - to no avail. All pages handled by Umbraco still gets a 301
All suggestions and ideas will be appreciated.
Is the https enabled on all pages in the site or are you guys pehaps using the https redirect package to enable https for certain pages?
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