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SSL in SharePoint

  Asked By: Harshit    Date: Jul 05    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 704

I need to create cert for SSL enabling in some pages.I ran through utility (IIS
6.O Resource Kit Tools)and installed the cert.
I used the command /N :CN COMPUTERNAME /K : 1024 / V:7 / S:1/ P:433 and i
could activate the cert .

Please let me know if i am wrong in any where

also can we enable a single page of a site rather than the whole site through
this tool kit.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Julia Washington     Answered On: Jul 05

SSL operates at the IIS level, therefore every port that your application
lists on can be ssl  enabled. There no way to do just a single SharePoint
page. If it were a static page, i.e. something just copied into the inetpub,
you can enforce SSL on a specific folder.

The iis resource  toolkit created a self signed certificate. It's fine if
you're just using it for testing or whatever, but obviously you'll need a
real one for production use in order to avoid the SSL browser warnings.

 
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