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Running Bamboo in AWS beind load balancer: HTTPS issue

Hi all,

I'm testing Bamboo for my org, and have set up a trial version in AWS on an EC2 behind an application load balancer and Route53 (with an AWS certificate). How do I configure the server.xml to use the AWS certificate, in order to establish a HTTPS connection?

Many thanks!

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I've found the answer, and it was much easier than I realised, so please ignore this!

Hi Annette, 

I met the same issue, my connection says

We couldn't connect to Atlassian Bamboo, possibly because that instance is behind a misconfigured proxy.

, could you please share the answer?

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