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SSL Enabled every time I perform an /iisreset

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SSL Enabled every time I perform an /iisreset - 20.Aug.2011 8:28:24 AM   
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I just did the yearly upgrade for the certificate for iis.

Here is an issue I ran into and I just want to know if anybody else has experienced this.

I have a redirect on our webmail page

http://webmail.domain.com redirects to https://webmail.domain.com

if SSL is enabled the redirect breaks so you have to uncheck require ssl in iis

then restart iis.

HOWEVER, if you run an iisreset from the exchange management shell, it re-enables the SSL requirement in IIS.

is this working as designed? is something seriously wrong with my iss where id have to uninstall and reinstall?
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