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comment mod_rewrite activated but error logs
That is the line you want to delete from php.ini. mod_rewrite is an Apache module and shouldn't be loaded by PHP since it does not exist in the PHP extension directory nor is it compatible with PHP.
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comment What subdomains does an Exchange 2013 SSL certificate require?
No public CA will issue a certificate for .local so no. If there is a need for internal clients to connect using a hostname like mail.domain.local then use the CA Server on your domain controller to issue certificates for your local domain. Best would be to have internal and external DNS zones so you can resolve mail.yourdomain.com correctly with both internal and public IP addresses.
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answered What subdomains does an Exchange 2013 SSL certificate require?
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comment configuring ssl on nginx - is this ciphers list up to date?
That is a good indicator you don't have any security issues or weak ciphers. The other thing to check is that your configuration supports all of the clients you need to support. You can still achieve an A+ rating when your site is inaccessible to IE < 11 or Android clients. But if you don't need to support those old browsers, you can disable TLS < 1.2 and only enable strong ciphers. All depends on your target audience and security requirements.
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answered configuring ssl on nginx - is this ciphers list up to date?
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comment Segmentation fault when running any PHP
Does php -n -r 'echo "Test\n";' work? Maybe a faulty module is being loaded by the CLI
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comment Secure connection errors without SSL
Since this security setting was designed to force future connections to be secure (to prevent various types of attacks) I would say first try removing the includeSubDomains flag, then consult with one of the users who is getting the error and see if they are later able to access your subdomain after first accessing the primary domain again. If their clients truly follow the recommendation, they will remember the max age of 1 year and still try to connect over https so the only option may be to obtain an SSL cert for your subdomain.
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answered Secure connection errors without SSL
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comment Secure connection errors without SSL
Cool I will post it as an answer and if that turns out to be the case you can accept.
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comment Secure connection errors without SSL
Do you by chance have the header Strict-Transport-Security being sent from your primary SSL domain with the includeSubDomains option? This would force compliant clients to connect to your subdomain over https even if they try connecting to http
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revised Does InstallShield keep a log during installation?
Original links were dead - update links to reflect pages on wayback machine.
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