How to force the http traffic to Https in SharePoint 2019?

ananpeculiar 181 Reputation points
2020-11-27T15:26:51.08+00:00

Office Online Documents not Opening when Redirect http to https Site enabled on SharePoint2019 IIS

I have SharePoint 2019 installed on Port 80 and enabled the Https on IIS, also i have created a site for Http to https redirect to pass all the traffic to only on https, but this is blocking my sharepoint documents opening using office online server, it throws error.

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But if i stop the RedirectSharepoint site then the documents are opening fine in the browser.
SharePoint2019 Configuration:-

External-https
AllowOAuthOverHttp - False
Alternate Access Mapping:-

http://sharepoint2019india Default http://sharepoint2019
http://sharepoint2019 Default http://sharepoint2019
https://sharepoint2019.Domain.com Intranet https://sharepoint2019.Domain.com
Redirect site in IIS:-

Redirect Requests to this destination - Checked https://sharepoint2019.Domain.com$S$Q

Office Online Server Configuration:-

AllowHTTP : True
AllowOutboundHttp : False
SSLOffloaded : False

Microsoft Office Online Server
Microsoft Office Online Server
Microsoft on-premises server product that runs Office Online. Previously known as Office Web Apps Server.
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  1. Itch Sun-MSFT 2,556 Reputation points
    2020-11-30T07:49:17.227+00:00

    Hi @ananpeculiar

    Because SP uses HTTPS, but your OOS configuration is http. I suggest you convert OOS to HTTPS as well.

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    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/officeonlineserver/configure-office-online-server-for-sharepoint-server-2016/configure-office-online-server-for-sharepoint-server-2016

    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/officeonlineserver/deploy-office-online-server


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  2. Trevor Seward 11,681 Reputation points
    2020-12-05T00:22:15.51+00:00

    Note that the friendly name of the certificate cannot have an asterisk in it (but the cert can be a wildcard, i.e. the CN can have an asterisk).

    I would generally suggest you remove any HTTP binding and have a load balancer or other network device in front of SharePoint perform the HTTP -> HTTPS translation for clients.

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