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05-03-2019

Hi,

I have set up AEM 6.4 in two of my servers dev and qa. Both are on non ssl (http)

When I access the start page of both author and publish with below url's

dev - dev_server_host:4502 and dev_server_host:4503 (This works in windows and opens up the credential prompt, but the URL when opened from MAC does not open up and shows the URL as https://dev_server_host:4502 and https://dev_server_host:4503)

For the QA server qa_server_host:4502 and qa_server_host:4503 give the valid page in both windows as well as on MAC. Any idea where I can check the configurations to this? I installed AEM on both the servers on same time and the procedure is similar.

Thanks in advance.

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You've mentioned that both servers & environments are on http - "Both are on non ssl (http)" but the link that you shared use https.

Where is your cert installed? Is it on LB or Apache or AEM? Could you share screenshots or error or error.log of the behavior?

You'd need to fix cert/host related configurations. If you need steps for AEM-SSL then refer How to install and configure AEM for SSL?

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Thanks for reply. No SSL certificate installed and https will not work. But when http://localhost:4502 is hit on MAC it is going back to https, this is happening only on MAC, on windows I get the prompt. Even if I change the url back to http on MAC, it is going pack to https and the page is not opening.

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Try with a different browser or curl/wget in terminal and check the behavior

It could be an issue with the browser settings, check  Safari keeps forcing HTTPS on localhost - Stack Overflow