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We have migrated our web Application from windows server 2000 (IIS 6) to windows server 2008 (IIS 7). we were using Pin Edit third party controls in the application.

These controls will be rendered as iframe with src, when it was rendering in old server windows server 2000 (IIS 6) the src property was rendering https:\..... when we are using SSL calls, But in new server windows server 2008 (IIS 7) the source property in rendering with always "http:\....", we would like to have this as "https:\...".

We are assuming IIS setting need to be modified in order to achieve it. Please advice, thanks in advance
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ZurdoDev 7-Jan-13 8:42am    
It sounds more like an issue with the controls. Have you contacted whoever made them?
Nikhil_S 9-Jan-13 8:51am    
it's pinedit control. we have send a mail to them but no replies.My Team is having no idea what to do ?
ZurdoDev 9-Jan-13 9:09am    
You can try making sure "Enable 32-bit apps" is turned on in your app pool. I've seen that cause some issues with 3rd party controls although I doubt that would be causing this issue.

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That's the Third Party Control Problem they have not provided the Https rendering so it was not working.
 
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