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    I am trying to set up a Powershell Web access website.

    Everything is working great internally. I can access the web fine.

    However whenever I am accessing it from the Internet I have to portforward rto a different port ie 8000 as I have another portforward being used up from another system.

    This is where the problem comes in. When I portforward to 8000 and I go to the page Powershell web access redirects it back to 443, Is there anyway that we can PSWA stop redirecting? Thank you for any help

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    PWA will always insist on using HTTPS. You should modify IIS so that the HTTPS port is one that you can use without having to change the number in a forward, and make sure your initial connection is over HTTPS, not HTTP.

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