to make this work you should only change your config. php file
// The URL where HCL is installed
$conf['url'] = 'hxxp: www. yourdomain. com';
Instead of using hxxp: change it to https://
Then generate again the code and it will be with the HTTPS included
Hey Thanks for this. Manually changing the generated code to HTTPS:// doesn't solve the problem.
But, making this change in the config. php evidently changes some internal links, and things now work fine in IE.
Much Appreciated :)Edit:
Forgot to add to this/ask. While hunting down why IE was throwing an error, I narrowed it down to HCL. This article outlines how an element, having its background changed a certain way with a script, can cause the issue. In case this can be fixed / addressed in a later release so we don't have to force SSL 100% of the time.
hxxp: simile. mit. edu/issues/browse/TIMELINE-52
hxxp: support. microsoft. com/kb/925014
and this link : hxxp: weblogs. asp. net/rchartier/archive/2008/03/12/ie7-this-page-contains-both-secure-and-nonsecure-items. aspx