Hello Steve, Arno,
As the page property is named "Require Ssl" and when it is marked - it is easy to understand that the page should be served via https. But when the property value is "false" this means it does not require
ssl and it does not obligate you to serve the page neither via http nor via https.
In fact the in 6.1 we've fixed this behavior because there were clients that require their pages to be available on https if they request them using ssl and they do not want their pages to require
We understand your concerns and now we're going to add a global configuration - RemoveNonRequiredSsl (turned off by default). And you will be able to turn it on in order to insist for such redirects and the pages that does not require ssl will be available only
I hope this will be ok for you and the rest of our clients. (Please keep in mind that the default behavior should conform with the name of the property "require ssl").
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