How Do I Use SSL for RESTful Engine

After installing the RESTful Engine:

  1. Open IIS
  2. Select your website
  3. Click "Bindings
  4. Click Add
  5. Change type to "https"
  6. Under SSL certificate: select "IIS Express Development Certificate"
  7. Click OK
  8. Click Close
  9. Click "SSL Settings" in IIS
  10. Click "Open Feature"
  11. Click "Require SSL"
  12. Click "Apply"

At this point if you browse to the website you will get a warning about the sites security certificate. If you chose to visit the website, you can do so, but you will be warned that it may insecure.

  1. Click "Bindings"
  2. Select the https binding
  3. Click Edit
  4. Click View
  5. Click "Details"
  6. Click "Copy to File"
  7. In the "Certificate Export Wizard" click "Next"
  8. Click "Next"
  9. Click "Next"
  10. Click "Next"
  11. Click "Browse"
  12. Select a file path and click "OK"
  13. Click "Next"
  14. Click "Finish"
  15. Close all of the open windows
  16. Open the program "mmc.exe"
  17. Click File
  18. Click "Add or Remove Snap-ins"
  19. Select "Certificates"
  20. Click "Add"
  21. Flick "Finish"
  22. Click "OK"
  23. Expand Certificates - Current user
  24. Right click on "Trusted Root Certification Authorities"
  25. Hover over "All Tasks"
  26. Click "Import"
  27. Click "Next"
  28. Click "Browse" Browse to the certification you saved earlier and click "Open"
  29. Click "Next"
  30. Click "Finish"
  31. In the dialog that appears click "Yes"
  32. Browse to your RESTful Engine port. You are now running on https


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