how to implement ssl sharepoint existing application .
hi, how to Implement Sharepoint server 2007 Existing application .used IIS 6.0 how to create ssl certificate.Please share step by step.Surendra Singh
October 17th, 2010 12:17pm
Hi, here some examples how you can "extend" your app to support http and https: you can check this blog: http://faraz-khan.blogspot.com/2007/07/right-way-to-enable-ssl-on-moss-web.html. Here another example how to do it with IIS7. The procedure is quite the same: http://mattbeaver2002.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!801AB4157DF28FDA!14463.entry?wa=wsignin1.0&sa=707995718b Here an example if you want to do it on a development environment: http://vspug.com/tmt/2008/01/30/configuring-ssl-in-sharepoint-2007-development-environment/ here a link of technet: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262668(office.12).aspx If you want to stay on your existing app, you have to follow these steps: go in central admin -> operations -> alternate access mappings -> change the url of your webapp from http to https go in IIS6 and enable SSL on your web application (http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserver2003/library/iis/56bdf977-14f8-4867-9c51-34c346d48b04.mspx) Please make some tests before executing these steps above. Hope this helps, best regards follow my blog http://patrick.lamber.blogspot.com to get additional tips and information about SharePoint, Project and ASP.NET
October 17th, 2010 12:37pm
Hi, 1. Extend your existing WebApp and choose SSL 2. Download the IIS resource Kit and create a selfsigned certificate using SelfSSL The following tools are included with the IIS 6.0 Resource Kit Tools @ http://support.microsoft.com/kb/840671 IIS 6.0 Migration Tool version 1.0 Updated: version 1.1 is now available. Apache to IIS 6.0 Migration Tool version 1.0 CustomAuth version 1.0 IISCertDeploy.vbs version 1.0 IIS Host Helper Service version 1.0 IISState version 3.0 Log Parser version 2.1 Metabase Explorer version 1.6 Permissions Verifier version 1.0 RemapUrl version 1.0 SelfSSL version 1.0 TinyGet version 5.2 Web Capacity Analysis Tool version 5.2 WFetch version 1.3 Add your SSL Certificate to the IIS webSite hostr for the extended WebApp -IvanIvan Sanders My LinkedIn Profile, My Blog, @iasanders.
October 17th, 2010 3:15pm
Hello Ivan , Please send me step how to create create a selfsigned certificate using SelfSSL. Thanks Surendra Singh Surendra Singh
October 18th, 2010 9:57am
Hello Ivan , Please send me step how to create create a selfsigned certificate using SelfSSL. Thanks Surendra Singh Surendra Singh follow steps into following links. to generate self SSL http://codeforeternity.com/blogs/technology/archive/2008/02/15/creating-self-signed-ssl-certificates-on-iis-6-0-and-windows-server-2003.aspx http://www.akadia.com/services/ssh_test_certificate.htmlasim MCTS SharePoint 2007 -WSS 3.0
October 21st, 2010 10:19am
Hi Asim, My apologies, for this taking so long for some reason my alerts are not working for the forums.... SELFSSL After you install the IIS Resource Kit for IIS 6 Start > Programs > IIS Resources > SelfSSL > SelfSSL Syntax selfssl /N:cn=www.MyDomain.com /V:3650 /S:123456789 /V:validity days Specifies the validity of the certificate. Default is 7 days. /S:site id Specifies the id of the site. Default is 1 (Default Site). /N:cn: Specifies the common name of the certificate. The computer name is used if not specified. selfssl /? /T Adds the self-signed certificate to “Trusted Certificates” list. The local browser will trust the self-signed certificate if this flag is specified. /N:cn Specifies the common name of the certificate. The computer name is used if not specified. /K:key Size Specifies the key length. Default is 1024. /V: validity Days Specifies the validity of the certificate. Default is 7 days. /S:site Id Specifies the id of the site. Default is 1 (Default Site). /P:port Specifies the SSL port. Default is 443. /Q Quiet mode. You will not be prompted when SSL settings are overwritten. IIS7 To create a self-signed certificate with IIS7 1. Open IIS Manager and navigate to the level you want to manage. For information about opening IIS Manager, (IIS 7). 2. In Features view, double-click Server Certificates. 3. 3.In the Actions pane, click Create Self-Signed Certificate. 4. 4.On the Create Self-Signed Certificate page, type a friendly name for the certificate in the Specify a friendly name for the certificate box, and then click OK. Cheers, -IvanIvan Sanders My LinkedIn Profile, My Blog, @iasanders.
October 21st, 2010 11:25am