When you are doing local Sitecore development, you might need to setup a local SOLR instance to host your indexes. This is especially important if your project isn’t using Lucene indexes in production and you need to replicate the environment. When replicating production for troubleshooting, it is also useful to replicate the security setup as well, including SSL.
In this article, I’ll cover how you can take your SOLR installation and get it running on HTTPS in 11 easy steps!
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From the dawn of HTTPS-time, admins have struggled with setting up multiple SSL certificates on a single server. At the same time, we have Sitecore’s licensing model which really drives the business to get the most value out of fewer Sitecore instances. This leads teams to encounter multi-tenant installations that also require SSL protection, which in turn leads to me receiving questions like the following from clients:
“How do we get Sitecore to have multiple HTTPS websites on a single instance?”
The multiple SSL certificates problem is not because of a limitation on the Sitecore side, but rather a limitation in Internet Information Services (IIS). No amount of configuring Sitecore site definitions will help you solve this problem. So how do we solve this issue?
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