IFPCWebPublishingProperties::SSLRequireSecureChannel property

Applies to: desktop apps only

The SSLRequireSecureChannel property gets or sets a value from the FpcSSLRequireSecureChannelMode enumerated type that indicates whether a secure channel is required and whether 128-bit encryption is required.

This property is read/write.


HRESULT put_SSLRequireSecureChannel(
  FpcSSLRequireSecureChannelMode FpcSSLRequireSecureChannelMode

HRESULT get_SSLRequireSecureChannel(
  FpcSSLRequireSecureChannelMode *pFpcSSLRequireSecureChannelMode
' Data type: FpcSSLRequireSecureChannelMode

Property SSLRequireSecureChannel( _
  ByVal FpcSSLRequireSecureChannelMode As FpcSSLRequireSecureChannelMode, _
  ByVal pFpcSSLRequireSecureChannelMode As FpcSSLRequireSecureChannelMode _
) As FpcSSLRequireSecureChannelMode

Property value

Value from the FpcSSLRequireSecureChannelMode enumerated type. The possible values are:

  • fpcSSLDontRequireSecureChannel, which indicates that a secure channel is not required.
  • fpcSSLRequireSecureChannel, which indicates that a secure channel is required.
  • fpcSSLRequire128BitSecureChannel, which indicates that a secure channel using 128-bit encryption is required.
  • fpcSSLRequireBoth, which indicates that a secure channel and 128-bit encryption are required.

Error codes

These property methods return S_OK if the call is successful; otherwise, they return an error code.


This property is read/write. The default value is fpcSSLDontRequireSecureChannel, which indicates that a secure channel is not required.

If the Web listener referenced in the WebListenerUsed property is configured to listen for both HTTP and HTTPS requests and this property requires an SSL channel, users attempting to connect to the Web site using HTTP will be notified that they must use HTTPS instead.


Minimum supported client

Windows Vista

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008 with SP2 (64-bit only)


Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010





See also




Build date: 7/12/2010