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  • Install Self-signed SSL with IIS 6.0

    Posted on September 23rd, 2010 Sean Add comments

         The IIS 6.0 resource kit is provided by Microsoft for installing a self-signed testing certificate into IIS. To install it, do follow:

    1. Download IIS 6.0 resource kit tools from Here
    2. Install the resource kit, but only for Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP
    3. Go to Start Menu -> All Progrem -> IIS resource -> SelfSSL, click “SelfSSL”
    4. In the pop-up command prompt, type “selfssl” to run the program
    5. Type “Y” to apply the setting to the website in IIS
    6. Test your website by using URL “https://user_website”
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  • Multiple websites in IIS on Windows XP Pro

    Posted on August 17th, 2010 Sean Add comments

         Unlike Windows Server Edition, XP pro does not support multiple websites in IIS. However, we still can use several ways around this.
         First option, just use IIS Admin, a simple program developed by a third-party developer for this purpose. (Download From Here)
         The second option is to use adsutil.vbs, located in the folder “C:\Inetpub\AdminScripts”:

         Where x is replaced by the new numbered site. For example if you run the first command and the highest numbered site is 4, then replace x to 5.

         The third option is to use Metabase Explorer from the IIS 6.0 Resource Kit Tools.Copy the default website (/LM/W3SVC/1/) and then paste it. This will also give you another website, ready to use. (Download From Here)
         Also we can delete the website using adsutil.vbs, Metabase Explorer or ADSI/WMI. To delete a website using adsutil.vbs, write this in a command prompt:

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