You will need to use openssl. openssl pkcs12 -export -out domain.name.pfx -inkey domain.name.key -in domain.name.crt The key file is just a text file with your private key in it. You can install openssl from here: openssl Advertisements
I am facing isse with my FireFox SSO/NTLM auth to Sharepoint Web App. It works fine for IE and Chrome. I been tryng newest version of FF and oldones version like 47 or 46 and same result. I was configuring once in other client dev env about:config file like few years ago and it worked… Continue reading Firefox SSO/NTLM auth to SharePoint Foundation 2013 Web app issue
This is the most common requirement on most of the Exchange servers hosted on IIS. The server admins configure an http to https redirect. Today I will be discussing few ways of doing this. I will keep updating this document as I find more ways to do so. I am considering OWA as a sub… Continue reading HTTP to HTTPS redirects on IIS 6.x and higher (HTTPS Force)
Short powershell script to list all IIS Web Applications with the .net version, the state of the Web Application and the assigned user/identity.
For a long time we only had an SSL certificate for http://www.mojoportal.com, but recently we purchased a wildcard SSL certificate so we can use the certificate for anything.mojoportal.com, in other words we now have SSL on demo.mojoportal.com, storedemo.mojoportal.com, and all the foreign language community sites like de.mojoportal.com and nl.mojoportal.com. So a wild card SSL certificate… Continue reading Using a Wildcard SSL Certificate in IIS 7.x