Event Id 1113 One Of The Ip/port Combinations For Site
From the metabase the > >> > SecureBindings are as follows: > >> > > >> > SecureBindings=":443:mail.company.com" and > >> > SecureBindings=":443:www.company.com" > >> > > >> > I have The other site's SSL >> > configuration >> > will be used. >> > >> > Is this an indication of a problem (everything seems to work), or is it >> Regrads, Tim. "Bernard Cheah [MVP]" wrote: > I would specify the binding IP as well. > "ip,ip.ip.ip:443:mail.company.com" > > > -- > Regards, > Bernard Cheah > http://www.iis-resources.com/ > http://www.iiswebcastseries.com/ > Here is what all we tried: Checked the Certificate properties to ensure it was a valid one. have a peek at this web-site
Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.. Users should not get a security alert in IE at all if you have used the Common Name while requesting the certificate through the IIS wizard to use *.abcd.com etc. From the metabase the >> > SecureBindings are as follows: >> > >> > SecureBindings=":443:mail.company.com" and >> > SecureBindings=":443:www.company.com" >> > >> > I have added the name company in place Yuval Sinay 2007-05-16 16:05:00 UTC PermalinkRaw Message אפשרי להתקין CERTIFICATE פר IP בד"כ...--Best Regards,Yuval SinayMS MVPPost by yuval ben davidשלום,יש לי שרת IIS , עם מספר Sites.הגדרתי לכולם Ssl, כולל הפניה http://www.eventid.net/display-eventid-1113-source-W3SVC-eventno-7069-phase-1.htm
Can I still use a wildcard SSL on all of the servers? Thanks Joe Reply Saur212 says: May 15, 2008 at 12:01 pm Hi Joe, I am not sure I got what you really asked for. If you want to see the listing of a website with its corresponding identifier, go to IIS manager console, select Web Sites (at the global level), and then on the right It was always like this and actually worked last Friday.
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- All sites work, but there is an error logged at every IIS restart for site 1974292190 which shares the SSL wilcard certificate with site 1.
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- As with many govt agencies lately, money is tight and I will get no end of grief if I have to spend additional money after buying the two seperate certs?
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- Reply Saur212 says: August 11, 2009 at 1:51 pm Marcus, you cannot run multiple sites using the same IP and port for SSL without wildcard cert (not sure if I got
on4/20/2008 11:57 PMRe: Follow upI believe I have fixed the unapproved comments visibility issue you identified. Thanks for putting this up for IIS Thanks Joe Reply Saur212 says: May 30, 2008 at 6:01 pm People often enquire questions/concerns related to SSL wildcard cert etc. Questions: 1. Great for personal to-do lists, project milestones, team priorities and launch plans. - Combine task lists, docs, spreadsheets, and chat in one - View and edit from mobile/offline - Cut down
Finally we figured out that there was a problem with the IIS SSL listener. You could try rebuilding the default virtual directories for OWA per this KB: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/883380, it's worked for me in such cases. 0 How to run any project with ease Promoted by The server has two internal IP addresses (i.e. 10.10.10.5 and 10.10.10.6), and the SharePoint site was bound to the second ip address (10.10.10.6). https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/saurabh_singh/2007/11/16/wildcard-ssl-certificate-in-iis-6-0-windows-2003-sp1-and-above/ both sites are on their own IP, and have their own host headers reports.site1.com and reports.site2.com.
After you receive the wildcard server certificate from the Certification Authority, assign the same certificate on all Web sites that have the same IP/port binding and are distinguished only by the Reply KSI says: April 15, 2008 at 6:09 pm This will only work with a wildcard cert as only one cert is actually served. If yes, then you can go ahead adding more without a limit. Let me know if you are looking for some scripts etc to get the friendly name and its corresponding identifier.
Got my sites working. here I am assuming the cert is not a wildcard cert here for the web sites. Figuring out the site identifier take a few more commands, as follows: cscript adsutil.vbs enum /p W3SVC will give you a list of all the sites, such as: The sites are You should be able to determine the site identifier rather simply by viewing the 'Web Sites' node of the IIS MMC instead of the root 'Internet Information Services' node.
I ran through all the steps in IIS 6 adding the wildcard cert and set the bindings using the same commands as above. Check This Out If yes, then you can safely ignore this error as this (which you also noted) dates back to Pre-SP1 eras when wild card certs were not supported. Sounds like something thing is binding to port 443. Reply Lester says: March 30, 2009 at 3:21 pm Would this cause any conflicts?: C:InetpubAdminScripts>cscript.exe adsutil.vbs set /w3svc/2/SecureBindings ":443:www.test.com" C:InetpubAdminScripts>cscript.exe adsutil.vbs set /w3svc/3/SecureBindings ":443:test.com" So far, I have an SSL certificate
So two questions: Q1) Do SSL Host Headers work in this way -- where if you have a wildcard cert for *.test.com, then using SSL Host Headers you can use this Reply Saur212 says: September 28, 2008 at 12:56 pm Hi vinnekk, thanks! Here is the error i am getting: Your request contains a dnsName that is incorrectly formatted. Source Here the same end-domain name is present which is test.com.
It is also designed to work with I/O completion ports.….Such meta-information is maintained by the HTTP API in a metastore, and is used to locate certificates for certificate exchange in HTTPS If you have multiple SSL websites, you will need to assign an additional IP to the server to use for separate websites. The same site, same identifier, how would I install a cert for both?
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The necessary network binding may already be in use. If your wild card cert shows *.abcd.com in the "Issued to" section, then when you access a site like test.abcd.com, mail.abcd.com etc you should not get an alert at all. This way, the two sites will be able to share the certificate.Michael Blumenthalon6/30/2008 5:43 AMthanksthis owrks great we had two sites using the same ip and 443 runing these dos commands Thanks, Andy Reply Andy says: January 22, 2009 at 8:22 am Hi, yes it was a wrong DNS entry.
after doing the changes in the metabase. Do you specify home dir somewhere? Its really helpful. have a peek here Even with 5 minutes per server (to check the logs and other parameters), it may take an hour to make sure that everything is ok and no "red lights" are blinking
I just spent 4 hours trying to figure this out. How do I fix this issue? From the metabase the SecureBindings are as follows: SecureBindings=":443:mail.company.com" and SecureBindings=":443:www.company.com" I have added the name company in place of the real name to protect the innocent but the settings are The site has been deactivated.
Since someone mentioned that this issues was seen on IIS 5, I am wondering if the server is configured to run in IIS 5 classic mode? Let me try answering what i understood. I'm pretty sure that might be were the problem is. 0 LVL 4 Overall: Level 4 SBS 3 Microsoft IIS Web Server 1 MS Legacy OS 1 Message Expert Comment Please email me your number (if you are in US) at xxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
Reply Saur212 says: May 9, 2008 at 12:03 pm Sg, you are right, IE 7 shows a more esoteric alert :-), that's true. They are independent certs even though they are wildcard certs when deployed on different machines. Other Websites will be in stopped state because we cannot have multiple Websites running with same IP and same SSL port binding (without of course some extra settings).