Windows Server - Error trying to access http://localhost:1311

Asked By SBS Rocker on 17-Oct-07 02:15 PM
I have a DELL PowerEdge 4600 server that I just upgraded with an additional
73 GB HDD to my RAID 5 Array. In order to add this new drive to my RAID
array I need to use a web browser to access. It requires that I go to
https://localhost:1311 and I can access it if I choose to continue. How do I
get rid of this annying message. I thought that if I just went and installed
the certificate that it would go away but apparently not. Thanks in advance.



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Justin Rich replied on 17-Oct-07 02:33 PM
view the cert, i think you'll find it references the system ip and not the
ok provided you installed the cert ok.

The error messages returned are typically pretty good, in this case it tells
you the address you are using doesnt match the address in the cert. upon
viewing the cert details you can see this name mismatch.

Also last i checked i dont think you can just add a drive to an array. you
will have to rebuild the array (which will wipe out all data).. i could be
wrong though.
SBS Rocker replied on 17-Oct-07 02:56 PM
Hi Justin,
Thanks for the feedback. I will give it a look and check it out. So you are
not puzzled yes you can add a drive to an array as long as it is one volume
and partition.