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Alerts still shows HTTP and using port 80 even Orion is already using HTTPS

Created by Roie.Exconde, last modified by Jonathon.Privett on Apr 17, 2017

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Overview

This article show how to check and fix the node details link displaying HTTP and port 80 even when already using HTTPS.

Environment

All NPM versions

Resolution

  1. Login to your Orion Server.
  2. Open IIS Manager.
  3. Expand Sites and select SolarWinds NetPerfMon.
  4. Check binding on the Right panel, Click Bindings.
  5. If your Orion website is using SSL, you should see HTTPS and the corresponding port that it is using.
  6. Open "Database Manager" on your Orion server.
  7. Click Add default server.
  8. Expand you Orion SQL instance.
  9. Look for "Websites" table.
  10. Open "Websites" table and click on Run query.
  11. Verify the value on SSLEnabled coulumn (0 = using HTTP, 1= using HTTPS) and the port being used.
  12. Open Orion Service Manager and click "Stop everything" to stop all services.
  13. Highlight the row and click on Enable table editing, change the Value to "1" if you are using HTTPS and put the desired port number used in ISS website bindings.
  14. Click "Start Everything" using Orion Service Manager to start all services back up.
  15. Once done editing, click on run query again to make sure any changes have been saved.
  16. Replicate the alerts and check if the link works as expected.

 

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