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Admin login to the Web Console leads to an Internal 500 error but the Guest login works perfectly.
When you are specifying the binding for your Orion Website, often times a user will change the port. This is completely fine however you need to make sure that if it's a port that does require SSL like 443 for example that it's listed correctly in the Websites table.
If you have your website on port 443 but in the website table, SSL enabled = 0, this is going to be a problem and it's the same the other way around. If you have the website on port 80 which doesn't require SSL but SSL enabled = 1 in the website table this will be an issue too causing Internal 500 errors.
In this scenario the website in IIS was on port 8090 which does not require a certificate. However in the Website table, the site was listed with "SSL enabled 1".
The resolution is going into the Websites table in the Database and making sure 'SSL enabled' is set correctly. Please perform the following:
To restart the website from IIS please perform the following: