I have 2 instances of Review Board up and running on my site like
this. Yes, it's just a matter of getting Apache configured properly.

Putting the following in your config should do the trick, depending on
the rest of your setup..

SetEnv HTTPS 1
SSLEngine on
SSLCertificateFile /path/to/cert/file.crt
SSLCertificateKeyFile /path/to/cert/key.key
SSLProtocol all

Note that the above setup is for self-signed certs, not to be used for
anything world-facing.

On Mar 3, 12:53 pm, James McDougall <jamesmcdoug...@gmail.com> wrote:
> We have ReviewBoard set up with ActiveDirectory but users are
> uncomfortable with their passwords being snoopable on the wire.  I
> therefore want to make it fully supported over HTTPS - all web access
> is through https, the email notifications have https links in them
> etc.
> Is there any existing procedure for setting this up following a
> standard install?  Is it just a case of getting Apache configured
> correctly and everything else will fall into place?
> Thanks
> James

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