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kevinmarlow
New Contributor III

Redirect HTTP to HTTPS

We are using QV 10 and have been running access point without SSL security, we are now ready to go-live with SSL but are concerned about end user URL  links.  It's highly possible that all our users have a bookmark for QlikView starting with HTTP but now we will be moving to HTTPS is there anyway to redirect them to the correct address URL otherwise we will receive a high number of calls that access point is unavailable.  I know I can do this with IIS but is there any inbuilt QlikView functionality to deal with this situation?

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danielrozental
Honored Contributor II

Redirect HTTP to HTTPS

Kevin, I don't believe there is any specific funcionality.

It's always possible to install IIS instead of the QlikView Webserver. I've found that it's easier to work with IIS and certificates since the windows admins know it and are used to working with it.

If your users just bookmarked the initial page you could just add some javascript/html code to redirect all HTTP requests.

Here's an interesting link http://raoulpop.com/2007/08/07/automatic-redirect-from-http-to-https/

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danielrozental
Honored Contributor II

Redirect HTTP to HTTPS

Kevin, I don't believe there is any specific funcionality.

It's always possible to install IIS instead of the QlikView Webserver. I've found that it's easier to work with IIS and certificates since the windows admins know it and are used to working with it.

If your users just bookmarked the initial page you could just add some javascript/html code to redirect all HTTP requests.

Here's an interesting link http://raoulpop.com/2007/08/07/automatic-redirect-from-http-to-https/

kevinmarlow
New Contributor III

Redirect HTTP to HTTPS

Thanks for confirming this Daniel, IIS it is then.

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