Showing posts with label IIS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label IIS. Show all posts

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Restarting IIS



Restarting IIS

we must be a member of the Administrators group on the local computer to perform IIS reset. Restarting or stopping IIS is a severe action. When you restart the Internet service, all sessions connected to your Web server (including Internet, FTP, SMTP, and NNTP) are dropped. Any data Held in Web Applikation is lost

A very good article from MS.
 


I hope the above information will help you to resolve the issue, in case of any queries/questions regarding the above mentioned information then please let me know. I would be more than happy to help you as well as resolves your issues, Thank you.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Difference Between Integrated Authentication and Classic Authentication types in IIS

I Am providing this article to brief the differences between classic and integrated methods. This is a question we get in our minds. Here is the answer below.

Classic   Users: 

1.     The incoming HTTP request is received through the IIS core.

2.     The request is processed through ISAPI.

3.     The request is processed through ASP.NET.

4.     The request passes back through ISAPI.

5.     The request passes back through the IIS core where the HTTP response finally is delivered


integrated uses:

1.     The incoming HTTP request is received through the IIS core and ASP.NET.

2.     The appropriate handler executes the request and delivers the HTTP response.


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How to Import and Export SSL Certificates in IIS 7

Exporting/Backing Up to a .pfx File from Another server

1.    On the Start menu click Run and then type mmc.
2.    Click File > Add/Remove Snap-in.
3.    Click Certificates > Add.
4.    Select Computer Account and then click Next. Select Local Computer and then click Finish. Then close the add standalone snap-in window and the add/remove snap-in window.
5.    Click the + to expand the certificates (local computer) console tree and look for the personal directory/folder. Expand the certificates folder.
6.    Right-click on the certificate you want to backup and select ALL TASKS > Export.
7.    Choose Yes, export the private key and include all certificates in certificate path if possible.
Warning: Do not select the delete private key option.
8.    Leave the default settings and then enter your password if required.
9.    Choose to save the file and then click Finish. You should receive an "export successful" message. The .pfx file is now saved to the location you selected.

Importing from a .pfx File

1.    On the Start menu click Run and then type mmc.
2.    Click File > Add/Remove Snap-in.
3.    Click Certificates > Add.
4.    Select Computer Account and then click Next. Select Local Computer and then click Finish. Then close the add standalone snap-in window and the add/remove snap-in window.
5.    Click the + to expand the certificates (local computer) console tree and look for the personal directory/folder. Expand the certificates folder.
6.    Right-click on the certificate you want to backup and select ALL TASKS > Import.
7.    Follow the certificate import wizard to import your primary certificate from the .pfx file. When prompted, choose to automatically place the certificates in the certificate stores based on the type of the certificate.

Enabling a New Certificate on a Server

1.    On the Start menu, click Administrative Tools > Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
2.    In the IIS Manager, click the server name.
3.    Expand the sites folder.
4.    Select the site that you want to secure (usually the default website).
5.    On the actions menu in the edit site section, click Bindings.

6.    In the site bindings window, click Add. If a binding for https already exists, select the https binding and click Edit.                     
7.    Fill out the information in the add site binding window. In the type drop-down choose https. Set the IP address to the IP address of the site or choose all unassigned. The port for SSL traffic is usually 443. Enter the recently imported certificate in the SSL Certificate field.                           
8.    Click OK. Your SSL Certificate is now installed and the website is configured to accept secure connections. You may have to restart IIS or the server for it to recognize the new certificate.     

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