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Reply John_R says: March 26, 2008 at 10:14 am Thanks for your response, which fully answers my question. Is it possible to create a single self-signed certificate with the following common names: owa.mydomain.com servername servername.mydomain.local (this is my FQDN) Any help would be greatly appreciated. If I install 1 cert for test.domain.com it throws a cert warning for live.domain.com saying the cert is owned by a different site. Why SSLDiag warns me about SecureBingings overlap? 3. Source

If you have multiple SSL websites, you will need to assign an additional IP to the server to use for separate websites. I'll assume that you have a wildcard certificate already. on6/26/2008 8:33 AMRe: The same problemNo updates. http://blogs.msdn.com/saurabh_singh/archive/2007/08/02/an-area-of-confusion-with-host-header-ip-and-port-combinations-within-iis.aspx] Reply Dave Curtis says: October 2, 2008 at 2:05 pm Why do I get this message in the event log?

b) do the commercial third-party certificate authorities issue a wildcard certificate? Any idea if I can create another site and move the driectory path to new location? Maybe my question isn't right here because this is SSL and my thought is host header / site related. No, there is no risk involved.

Date You must specify a value for this required field. I appreciate it. So let's say you have the following configuration: WebSite Host Header Value IP Address Port SSL Port==================================================================Test1 www.test.com 10.0.1.1 80 443 Test2 mail.test.com 10.0.1.1 80 443 Test3 hrweb.test.com 10.0.1.1 80 443 any ideas how to view the old ID binding and to delete it?

If you first name is Michael, please provide initials or the like to clearly distinguish your name from Michael Blumenthal's. Open IIS 2. Title Body * Please put your name at the end of your comment as the Name field doesn't display in the main view of the comments. https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/saurabh_singh/2007/11/16/wildcard-ssl-certificate-in-iis-6-0-windows-2003-sp1-and-above/ The offending name is: *.subdomain.domain.com Support Information: 35DB Reply Saur212 says: February 20, 2008 at 9:15 am Hi Aloy, I don't see a reason as to why it should fail.

tnx Reply Darren Thompson says: June 15, 2009 at 10:45 am Not sure what I'm doing wrong but all I get when I type this in is an error. Reply Saur212 says: February 20, 2009 at 5:18 pm Based on what I understand you want to access the same web site with two different URLs and ensuring that the SSL These are subdomains. One question on the identifier for the websites, I noticed in IIS6 that while system created site such as Default Web Site has identifier 1 and Sharepoint has 2 - the

Q2) Can you specify two names -- e.g. http://blog.blumenthalit.com/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=14 If so, I can have an Account Executive from my employer contact you. Is it referring to my other ssl site? If you are using MS CA refer to this…http://support.microsoft.com/kb/931351 else contact 3rd party CA vendor.

Other site visitors will not see this column. this contact form Attempting to stop the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service. 2 Comments for event id 1113 from source MSExchangeIS Source: NTDS General Type: Warning Description:Inbound replication has been disabled by the user. Report this message #3: Re: IIS 6.0, Host Headers and SSL Posted on 2005-10-20 13:30:03 by Tymbow The certificate is allocated to *.company.com, and the host headers in use are www.company.com My best bet would be to have something added to the beginning of the 2nd website, like .test.com and then add the secure binding for it like ":443:.test.com".

But, I notice the old URL subdomain still works? To edit your host header:: 1. Hope I am not confusing you. have a peek here BTW, does it work the same way even without SSL (assuming your site can be accessed without SSL)?

b). But https://admin.test.com redirects to https://test.com Any workaround? Once this is done, you will be able to start the site in question.

Report this message #2: Re: IIS 6.0, Host Headers and SSL Posted on 2005-10-20 12:10:52 by Bernard 1) What are the url for the two sites? 2) What's the secure binding

Hope this helps! You won't get the corresponding web pages from different Websites depending upon the site in URL. Access http://www.mail.test.com over SSL and you should be good. The problem arises when you try to access a site over SSL after installing the cert and not having the right bindings. 3.

Can you use 2 wildcard certs in IIS6 win 2k3 R2 SP2? also try adsutil.vbs to get the securebindings for both sites agian. -- Regards, Bernard Cheah http://www.iis-resources.com/ http://www.iiswebcastseries.com/ http://www.msmvps.com/bernard/ "Tymbow" wrote in message news:[email protected] > No both sites work fine - The same site, same identifier, how would I install a cert for both? Check This Out The data field contains the error number.

We just purchased an wildcard certificate and I'm having some issues on setting it up on our IIS server. If your wild card cert shows *.abcd.com in the "Issued to" section, then when you access a site like test.abcd.com, mail.abcd.com etc you should not get an alert at all. Any idea if these are statis files? About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap × Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up

We want to make it ssl. 1)Is it alrite to running both sites on "default web site" space 2)You are saying I can use my current wild card ssl certification on