Moodle complains about not running on SSL though it does.
I'm running various sites in a DMZ using HaProxy.
A working SSL certificate is in place. It is valid for any site running via HaProxy.
(so there are no per site certificates via Apache config..)
I'm trying to set up Moodle 3.7.2 as a subdomain.
I start setup via https://moodle.mysite.TLD/moodle/install.php
On the confirm paths page during install Moodle will only accept http://mysite.TLD, instead of https://mysite.TLD. (i.e. the path cannot be edited)
The install concludes alright, but Moodle will not work afterwards complaining it requires SSL to work properly.
Is there any way to tell moodle to do without the SSL check to make it work?
After all, traffic actually is encrypted, there's extra security coming from Cloudflare and even signed DNS..
I've tried to edit config.php but to no avail.
Any suggestions are appreciated.