Last post Nov 22, 2007 10:53 AM by albertpascual
Nov 20, 2007 05:09 PM|AlexB1318|LINK
I have a website on Windows Server 2003 runing IIS 6.0, which works fine on port 82 without SSL. I'm trying to setup SSL but something is not quite right.
I have a local Certificate Authority on the same machine, which I configured as an Enterprise Root CA. Using the CA wizard I created a new certificate, accepting most of the defaults with the exception of the Name, Organization, Organizational Unit. Got
through the wizard successfully and it generated a file. I submitted the request to the local CA, verified that it appeared in the local CA under Pending Requests, righht clicked the request issued it. Then I went to the website and ran the Certificate Wizard
and assigned the certificate. Got to the end withhout error. The website also shows the certificate credentials when I click View Certificate, and they all look good.
My problem is that I can't browse the site when I enable SSL. I'm not entirely sure how I should be specifying the URL. SSL is using port 443, and as I mentioned above the site is on port 82. Without SSL I can get to site using
http://server:82/app . But I'm not sure if with SSL it should be:
https://server:443/app . However, both return the same "cannot find server or dns error".
Any help would be appreciated.
Nov 22, 2007 10:50 AM|HostingASPNet|LINK
It should be enough: https://server/app .
Nov 22, 2007 10:53 AM|albertpascual|LINK
By adding https the browswer sets it to the right port for you, if does not work, the certificate is not correct