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Currently I am running two sites (each one has an app Pool). One for HTTPS which is called cloud and the other one for HTTP content called headsup.

When I browse to the it all works fine through HTTPS automatically. But when I browse to, the browser automatically tries to reach

I have limited knowledge about IIS and I can't seem to figure this out. The HTTP site is bound to port *:80 and HTTPS is bound to port *:443. I have no forwards, rules or any other settings configured. Where should I look in order to separate HTTP and HTTPS back to how it used to be?

Thanks in advance!

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The cloud instance required SSL for the whole server so I disabled that. The problem was solved after a reboot of the machine.

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