We're running a CA Access Gateway (SPS) and when user tries to access a
resource in HTTPS, then once logged in, the target becomes HTTP
(without ssl) and the request fails.
We've tried the solution from this community in vain :
Target URL Change
and we've tried to follow instruction from these KD in vain too :
Access Gateway returns redirect to HTTP: rather than HTTPS:
When using an SSL offloader, the TARGET parameter when redirected to
the login.fcc page is changed to specify a http: rather than https:
protocol even though the original request was made over https:
How can we solve this ?
CA Access Gateway (SPS) 12.8SP0 on RedHat 6;
Policy Server 12.8P0 on RedHat 6;
From the CA Access Gateway (SPS) httpd.conf, we see that the SPS
doesn't listen on port 80, but on 10000 :
LoadModule headers_module modules/mod_headers.so
Header edit Location "(^http://)" "https://"
Make the HTTPSPorts ACO parameter to include the ports defined in the
httpd.conf Listen parameter to solve this issue.
The HTTPSPorts should have value with 10000 at least.