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Hi All

suppose i have two sites are https://test.com and http://test.com.

Earlier, my files were on http://test.com (non-secure) now i have migrated them on https://test.com (secure). So now there are no files on http://test.com (non-secure).

now i want to set a page(say default.aspx) on http://test.com (non-secure) that redirect me to https://test.com (secure site)?

how can i do this?

thanks,
krunal

What I have tried:

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Updated 29-Jan-23 4:41am
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Hi,

You can even redirect your site using DNS entry from your server. That way you do not have to keep default page on your old site. just made one entry to redirect page on the new https location.

If you want to redirect using your default page then you can use Response.Redirect to change page to https.

Hope it works for you,
Thanks.
 
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kk2014 12-Oct-12 4:47am    
hi amit,
thanks for the quick reply. let i know you update...
AmitGajjar 12-Oct-12 4:49am    
Your welcome.
kk2014 12-Oct-12 5:51am    
hi amit,

is it possible that without i hardcode in my application, if i write http://test.com or test.com in adress bar, then it directly redirect to https://test.com.
i don't want to write code in http://test.com.
which setting i do in https://test.com redirect me to https://?
AmitGajjar 12-Oct-12 5:55am    
You can get the domain name in the page and then build the URL by appending https in URL and redirect on that location.
kk2014 12-Oct-12 7:29am    
hi amit,

i have putted physical page and redirecting to https://.
it works for me.

thanks,
krunal
There are several methods to do this. Check this link:

http://www.sslshopper.com/iis7-redirect-http-to-https.html[^]

I think that the simplest one is setting up a custom error page. Try and let us know!

Cheers
 
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Try following code in global.asax

//This code work only on server
C#
void Application_BeginRequest(object sender, EventArgs e) 
    {
        if (HttpContext.Current.Request.Url.ToString().ToLower().Contains("http:"))
        {
            Response.Redirect(HttpContext.Current.Request.Url.ToString().ToLower().Replace("http:", "https:"));
        }
    }


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[no name] 12-Oct-12 5:06am    
my 5

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