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Ifolder on Secondary IP address

HI All,

right I installed my nwserver6 with ifolder 1, did all the other stuff
needed to be done, then added a secondary IP address to the box and =installed ifolder2 to that IP, so all is fine accept webaccess, it
starts out with the certificate that not authorized, that's fine but the it
tells me that the hostname and the security certificate does not match, if I
then still accept to continue, and try to login, I must then put in
the IP address and not my URL specified for the ifolder...

must I ad another certificate?


Kind Regards,


Thys de Beer
Novell Engineer
North West Provincial Government

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