Header RSS Feed
If you only want to see the articles of a certain category, please click on the desired category below:
ALL Android Backup BSD Database Hacks Hardware Internet Linux Mail MySQL Monitoring Network Personal PHP Proxy Shell Solaris Unix Virtualization VMware Windows Wyse

Windows, IIS and the damned SSL certificates
Tuesday - Sep 28th 2010 - by - (0 comments)
Maybe I'm spoiled. Maybe I'm just used to the efficiency and intelligence of Apache. Maybe I don't want to do 15 steps to replace an SSL certificate like it seems to be the case in IIS. Maybe I prefer the console way with vim...
But some solutions need to be run on Windows and if one needs to renew a certificate/to replace an existing certificate with a new one, some more steps need to be done in order to import the certificate.

Having done it today, and won't be using it for a while, I am sure I will forget these procedure soon again, so I made a HowTo of it: Import SSL Certificates in Windows Server 2003/2008 and configure IIS

Maybe it'll be of service.


Add a comment

Show form to leave a comment

Comments (newest first):

No comments yet.

Go to Homepage home
Linux Howtos how to's
Monitoring Plugins monitoring plugins
Links links

Valid HTML 4.01 Transitional
Valid CSS!
[Valid RSS]

6938 Days
until Death of Computers