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How to Shutdown 8443 logins to the admin

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by jalago, Jul 9, 2008.

  1. jalago

    jalago Guest

    This is very annoying. Somehow google indexed an old domain that I removed a long time ago. the URL in question that was indexed was the https://www.insertyourdomainhere.com:8443/

    which takes you right to the Plesk login page.

    How do you disable :8443 by domain only?
    I still want to be able to login to Plesk by IP address.
    I couldn't find anything in httpd.conf or any other conf files.
    where could I find tomcat conf ? Is it in there?

    The funny thing about this is that DNS for that above domain
    doesn't even exist.. so I have no idea where to look on the server to KILL it.
    The site is being hosted by GoDaddy.. For now what I did was create a redirect..