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Programmer/architect. Author of Dependency Injection in .NET. Creator of AutoFixture.


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comment SSL stops working on IIS7 after a reboot
No, sorry, I never found a solution... I have to go and manually fix the SSL configuration after each server reboot :(
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comment SSL stops working on IIS7 after a reboot
The cert is issued by AD's Certificate Authority - just like the previous cert was. Note that it generally works - it's just that manual intervention is needed after each reboot.
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comment SSL stops working on IIS7 after a reboot
Yes, that's a fair guess, but I don't think that's the issue. The problem only started after I changed the certificate. I'd been running for 2 years without incident with an older certificate, but it expired and I had to renew it. I also can't think which other service that would be. +1 for a good suggestion, though :)
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accepted How do I renew a Web Server certificate in Windows Server 2008?
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comment How do I renew a Web Server certificate in Windows Server 2008?
Okay, thanks. How do I issue a new certificate from the local CA? I've completely forgotten how I did it last time around...
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comment How do I renew a Web Server certificate in Windows Server 2008?
I can find the certificate from the Certificate Authority snap-in, but the only remotely relevant action I can take from there is revoking the certificate.
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