How To Install SSL Certificate In Windows? – Before We Get Into The Topic , let’s Learn Some Basic Of This Topic
Install an SSL/TLS Certificate in Windows IIS 10
This tutorial will show you how to get an SSL/TLS certificate from SSL.com and install it in IIS. These processes were tried in IIS 10 on Windows 10, but they should work in IIS 7.x and 8.x as well.
How To Install SSL Certificate In Windows?
1.Order a certificate and look for it.
First, go to your SSL.com account and find the order. Then, click one of the download links.
2.Ordering a certificate
Then, in the certificate downloads table, click the download link to the right of Microsoft IIS (*.p7b).
3.IIS Manager will be launched.
IIS Manager will be launched. Opening the Run command, then typing inetmgr and hitting the OK button is an easy way to achieve this.
4.Start the program.
In the Connections pane on the left side of the window, select the server.
5.Open the Server Certificates window.
Double-click the Server Certificates icon in the center pane of the window, which is located under IIS.
Icon for Server Certificates
6.Select “Complete Certificate Request…” from the drop-down menu.
In the Actions pane on the right side of the window, click Complete Certificate Request…
Request a Certificate in its Complete Form
7.Press the… button.
The wizard for completing a certificate request will appear. To open the file open the dialogue box, first, click the “…” button.
Dialog to open a file
8.Go to the certificate file.
Go to the.p7b file you downloaded from SSL.com and open it. To see the file, you must change the drop-down menu to the right of the File name box from *.cer to *.*.
go to the file
9.To begin, open the file.
Select the Open option.
Activate the button
10.Make a nice name for yourself.
Next, in the Friendly name area, give the certificate a memorable name (here, we’re just using the certificate’s common name).
a pleasant name
11.Click the OK button.
Then press the OK button.
the button that says “OK”
The certificate has been successfully installed! The certificate must then be bound to a certain website, port, and/or IP address. Complete instructions may be found in our IIS binding how-to.