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Hostname can be added only when the friedlyname of the selected Certificate will be like hostname *.xyz.com and You can rename certificate friendly name to *.xyz.com from mmc(Snap-in).


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There is no way to edit that Detailed Error Page as that is handled by a specific built-in handler. The correct way to approach this though is as the others have mentioned, to change the errorMode to "DetailedLocalOnly". This will only show those detailed error pages to "local" users (i.e. a browser running on the same system as IIS). You can also see ...


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Note that if you use the notation with DOMAIN\AccountName, you must use the account name as written in the "pre-Windows 2000" box from the AD-configuration. This is limited to 20 characters and regardless of length it may be different from the AccountName@domain.tld format. If you try to use the account name that goes with the @domain.tld format, but write ...


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Just to add, I see in the comments 2 people talking about 500 errors when you do this. I had this. If you get a 500 error in IIS it may be because you have added the rule both at the top level, set to inherited, and at the site level. e.g. Default Web Site <- here Some Web Site <- here IIS/The Browser doesn't seem to give you any information that ...


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On IIS7 you could have 2 or more SSL protected domains on the same <ip>:<port>, if your SSL certificate covers all of them, using Subject Alternative Name (SAN) records. In that case you could use the SSL Host Headers option. A good guide could be found there: SSL Host Headers in IIS 7 allow you to use one SSL certificate for multiple IIS ...


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