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Enable or Disable or force ssl for the web interface

How to enable or disable force SSL for Ezeelogin web interface?

Synopsis: This article explains how to enable or disable force SSL, ensuring that the Ezeelogin web GUI is accessible only via the HTTPS protocol for Ezeelogin gateway users.

Step 1: Before enabling and enforcing SSL, ensure that SSL certificate is enabled for the domain/hostname which is used to access the gui. 

Step 2: Modify the Ezeelogin configuration file on the gateway server and set the variable force_https to yes

vi /usr/local/etc/ezlogin/ez.conf

Step 2(A): To enable force SSL

force_https yes

Step 2(B): To disable force SSL

force_https no

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