HowTo - Add a binding in IIS manager

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HowTo - Add a binding in IIS manager

Article ID: 52330 - Last Review: September 25, 2015


To use SSL with a self signed certificate a binding for the port most be added using IIS Manager.  Use the following steps:
1.  Open the Internet Information Service (IIS) Manager.
2.  Expand the list at your PC name.
3.  Expand the list at Sites.
4.  Right-click Default Web Site.
5.  From the menu list select Edit Bindings.
6.  In the Site Bindings window select the Add button.
7.  From the Type drop down menu select https.
8.  In the IP address edit box, leave everything All Unassigned.
9.  In the Port edit box enter 443.
10. From the SSL certificate drop down menu select your certificate from and internal or external certificate authority.
11. Click the OK button.  The Site Bindings window should now include your new binding.
12. Click the Close button.
13. In the File menu select Exit to leave the IIS Manager.
14. Restart the IIS service by going to a Command Prompt and entering IISRESET.




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