Configuring APM 12.6 release for SSL using IIS 7.x

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

Configuring APM 12.6 release for SSL, using IIS 7.x

Solution:

See the following URL for an explanation of SSL certificates:
http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/how-do-i/how-do-i-request-and-install-ssl-certificates-in-iis-70/

This procedure was verified in APM 12.6, C8 using IIS 7.5

  1. Configure IIS for SSL

    1. On APM Web Server, launch Internet Information Services Manager, and select 'Server Certificates'

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    2. Create self-signed Certificate and give it a name

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    3. Click on Default Web Site and select 'Bindings'

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    4. Click Add and choose https, and specify the port and the SSL certificate name:

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  2. Configure APM for SSL

    1. Login to APM and navigate to Administration - system configuration

    2. Click on Web Server and change the protocol to 'https' and SAVE.

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    3. Repeat the step above, changing protocol to 'https' for the following additional sections:
      Application server and WCF Service

    4. Reset IIS

Test by launching the application with https://ServerName/ITAM

Note that 'ServerName' in the URL should match the certificate server name. Typically, you will use the actual server name for the certificate and not 'localhost'.

Environment

Release: UAPMAC990JPP-12.6-Asset Portfolio Management-Asset Configuration
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