HTTPS Site InfoPath Issue : You do not have permissions to access a web service that provides data required for this form to function correctly

Also, if you look at the Event Viewer, you might find the below issue:
An operation failed because the following certificate has validation errors.....
It could look something like this:
The solution to fix this issue is to add the root certificates of the SSL certificate to the SharePoint 2010:
  1. Open the SharePoint 2010 Central Administration
  2. Open the ‘Manage Trust’ section under the ‘Security’ Tab
    SharePoint 2010 - Manage Trusts
  3. Add the SSL Certificate and all the Root Certificates of the certificate chain.
    The best way to import the certificates is to store them in base-64 files with the file extension *.cer
  4. Now check if the SharePoint 2010 Portal is working via the Https url



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