utilizzare SSL su iis 7.5

Installation Instructions Microsoft IIS 7 – 7.5

fonte : http://www.trustico.com/install/import/iis7/iis7-pfx-installation.php

 The following instructions are generally only applicable if we automatically generated your CSR during the ordering process. If you provided your own CSR we recommend using our standard installation instructions by Clicking Here.

Create A New PKCS12 (PFX) File For Importing Into IIS

A PKCS12 (PFX) file is a specially formatted file which includes the SSL Certificate, Private Key and optionally any required Intermediate CA Certificates. The file has an extension of .PFX and is compatible with Windows Internet Information Service (IIS).

To create the PKCS12 (PFX) file please visit the SSL Tools section of our website. Scroll down to the “Convert PEM Formatted File To PKCS12 (PFX Format)” link. You will be required to enter a password for the file – this ensures the security of the file.

If your CSR wasn’t generated during the ordering process you can still use our SSL Tools

convert PEM to PKCS12:

to create a PKCS12 (PFX) file. However, you will be required to provide your associated Private Key when generating the PKCS12 (PFX) file for it to be created successfully.

The PKCS12 (PFX) file may be compressed and saved as a ZIP file, please ensure to UNZIP it before import. The (PKCS12) PFX file should include all required components (SSL Certificate, Private Key and any required Intermediate CA Certificates).

How To Import The PKCS12 (PFX) File Into Windows Server

Importing a (PKCS12) PFX file into Microsoft IIS is generally a straight-forward process. Please review the instructions below of follow the instructions that are provided by Microsoft.

Step 1 : Click “Start” and choose “Run”.

Step 2 : In the “Run” dialogue box type “MMC” and click “OK”. The MMC should then appear.

Step 3 : Go to the File tab or menu and select “Add / Remove Snap-In”.

Step 4 : Click on “Certificates” and click “Add”.

Step 5 : Select “Computer Account” and click “Next”.

Step 6 : Select “Local Computer” and click “Finish”.

Step 7 : Click “OK” to close the “Add / Remove Snap-In” window.

Step 8 : Double click on “Certificates (Local Computer)” in the center window.

Step 9 : Right click on the “Personal Certificates Store” folder.

Step 10 : Choose “ALL TASKS” then select “Import”.

Step 11 : Follow the “Certificate Import Wizard” to import your “Primary Certificate” from the .PFX file.

Step 12 : Browse to the .PFX and enter the associated password when prompted.

Step 13 : If desired, check the box to “Mark This Key As Exportable”. We recommend choosing this option.

Step 14 : When prompted, choose to automatically place the Certificates in the Certificate Stores based on the type of the Certificate.

Step 15 : Click “Finish” to close the Certificate Import Wizard.

Step 16 : Close the MMC console. It is not necessary to save any changes that you have made to the MMC console.

How To Bind The SSL Certificate To Your Site In IIS 7

Once the SSL Certificate has been imported it is important to now bind the SSL Certificate to your website so that the website functions correctly.

Step 1 : Click “Start”, “Administrative Tools” and then choose Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.

Step 2 : Click on the server name and expand the “Sites” folder.

Step 3 : Locate your website (usually this will be called “Default Web Site”) and click on it.

Step 4 : From the “Actions” menu (on the right) click on “Site Bindings” or similar.

Step 5. In the “Site Bindings” window, click “Add” or similar. This will open the “Add Site Binding” window.

Step 6 : Under “Type” choose https. The IP address should be the corresponding dedicated IP address of the site or “All Unassigned”. The “Port” which traffic will be secured by SSL is usually 443. The “SSL Certificate” field should specify the SSL Certificate that was installed during the import process above.

Step 7 : Click “OK”.

Step 8 : Your SSL Certificate should now be installed and functioning correctly in conjunction with your website. Occasionally a restart of IIS may be required before the new SSL Certificate is recognized.

How To Verify Your SSL Certificate Installation

To check if your SSL Certificate and any required Intermediate CA Certificates have been installed correctly please Click Here and follow the instructions.