I have two sites running on a shared hosting environment at Bluehost: A and B.A. The issue I'm having is that when a user tries to log in on the subdomain B.A, they receive the message "Incorrect access detected, this server may be accessed only through "A" address, sorry. Please notify server administrator." and then they are taken to the primary domain. The expected result is that a user should be able to log in and use the classic site independently of the main site. It seems that the primary domain is catching the request to the subdomain login page and redirects. What can I do to fix this? The actual folder structure is something like this:
public_html (serves A) htaccess /classic (serves B) BMoodleFiles AMoodleFiles
Each site has it's config set to serve the wwwroot over https.