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Need to change datacenter URL from http to https

HI All,

I installed confluence datacenter in my system and it is running in URL http://localhost:8090.

But for Integration of confluence datacenter with my company need to change URL from http to https.


Is it possible to change the protocol from http to https.

Thanks in advance

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Nic Brough -Adaptavist-
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Aug 03, 2020

You could try making the Tomcat run https, but a better option would be to do it at the load balancer or proxy part of the setup.  (Note, also, you'll want to change that localhost - it's not going to work for the end users)

Are you using a load balancer or proxy?

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