On 3/1/06, Tim Burgan <email at timburgan.com> wrote: > In IIS: immaterial :-) > 2. When I visit (note secure server) https://www.example.com my website > displays perfectly, via SSL, but if I visit https://example.com (note: > no www's), I get an error message saying the secure certificate belongs > to a different domain - https://WWW.example.com Which it does; certs are typically issued for *hosts*; example.com and www.example.com are not the same. You can buy (more expensive) wild-card certs that'll cover all of *.example.com. Otherwise the "fix" will involve redirection -- and it'll have to take place in http, *not* https mode... FWIW! -- Hassan Schroeder ------------------------ hassan.schroeder at gmail.com blog: webtuitive.blogspot.com :: dream. code.