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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    That would be interesting if I knew what it meant, or how it impacts upon/changes what Sam was getting at in his opening post...

    Marco.
    It means anyone trying to connect to the site via https wont now get an invalid security certificate notice but will currenty just get a refused message. If Nick puts a re route in then they will get directed to the site via an http url.
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    Ah, I see

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beechwoods View Post
    I have disabled SSL / HTTPS. Connections to The Art of Sound should always be via http://theartofsound.net - it would be useful if the original poster could confirm that their connections no longer default to trying for a secure connection. Attempting to connect directly to https://theartofsound.net will no longer be accepted. I'll have a look this evening and see if I can set up a redirect to send https:// connections back to our usual http:// site, for neatness's sake.
    I'm not sure why it gave me https ... Was a one off and can't get it to replicate it.

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