Re: HOW-TO CREATE MY OWN SSL CERTIFICATE
From: Steven L Umbach (sumbach_at_N0spam.ameritech.net)
Date: Sat, 8 May 2004 13:05:58 -0500
There is a way for W2003, but I don't know about W2K as shown below.
You might try to search Google for free or trial SSL certificate as some of
the CA's do offer that if you don't mind filling out a little info.
http://www.thawte.com/ -- link to trial ssl.
Otherwise it is real easy to set up your own CA in W2K and request your own
IIS certificate through Web Enrollment. --- Steve
--- set up a CA and Web Enrollment.
"c" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi guys.
> I heard there is a way to create and use your own SSL certificate on your
> mechines. Even they won't be CA certified and whenever you visit the page
> will tell you just that.(it is not CA certified)
> I tried to make it on my windows 2000 mechine there is a wizard as you all
> know but some how it is not working properly.
> IS THERE ANY GOOD TUTORIAL FOR MY PROBLEM? BESIDE " Microsoft Knowledge
> Article - 324069 "
> BECAUSE THIS ARTICLE HAVE SOME MISSING STEPS.
> THANKS FOR ALL THAT HELP IN ADVANCE.