Complete this procedure to install a security certificate on the server side.
- Start the Microsoft Management Console.
- Click Console1 window. and type mmc to open the
- To add the Certificates snap-in that will manage certificates for the computer account, click .
- In the Available snap-ins box, click Certificates, and then click Add.
- In the Certificates snap-in dialog box, click Computer account, and then click Next.
- In the Select Computer dialog box, click Local computer, and then click Finish, and then click OK.
- Make sure that a certificate with the DNS name of the server is installed in the Personal
- If the certificate is not there, request a new certificate or import the .cer file issued by any Certification Authority (CA) for
The name of the certificate should be identical to the DNS name of the server.
- To request a certificate from the CA that is currently installed in the domain, right-click the Personal folder.
- In the shortcut click .
- Click Next.
- Select computer as the Certificate Type.
- Give the new certificate any friendly name (for example, OpenForms 360 Certificate) and click Next.
- To complete the process, click Finish.
- Export this certificate to the .cer file without private key and install it on the client side.
- Right-click the installed certificate and click .
- Select the Do not export the private key option.
- Select any format (for example, DER encoded binary x.509).
- Give any name (for example, server_cert.cer).You can click the Browse button if necessary.
- Click Finish to complete the process.