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    Hi Simon, Can you explain what you mean by...

    Hi Simon,



    Can you explain what you mean by that? If you are referring to LianjaPortServer.exe, that must run with sufficient permissions to perform the actions Barry described. The Server's...
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    Hi Simon, You should also be able to call your...

    Hi Simon,

    You should also be able to call your app through IIS on port 80, from your Network. That's assuming you haven't implemented rules prohibiting non-HTTPS on IIS, or are redirecting 80 to...
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    Hi Simon, You can set IIS up to use both 80...

    Hi Simon,

    You can set IIS up to use both 80 without SSL and 443 with SSL.

    LCS on port 443 is not SSL: it is just port 443. Without binding an SSL certificate, there is no HTTPS.

    Hank
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    Hi Simon, We use HTTPS for all our web client...

    Hi Simon,

    We use HTTPS for all our web client work, using IIS (there's a page, actually 2, on that -- Google 'Lianja IIS'). Performance is good.

    You can also use Apache as the frontend.
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    Hi Simon, Is the LCS on the same server as the...

    Hi Simon,

    Is the LCS on the same server as the app development? It's not unusual for ftp requests to be accepted only from specified addresses. It's also not unusual for an FTP server to...
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