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|Mon, Feb 23 2015 4:31 AM||Permanent Link|
I have an EWB application that needs to run over HTTPS on IIS. On the IIS
server I have an .exe (webbroker) server. I presume that IIS handles all
encryption on the background? Is that correct or do I miss something?
|Mon, Feb 23 2015 4:46 AM||Permanent Link|
> I have an EWB application that needs to run over HTTPS on IIS. On the
> IIS server I have an .exe (webbroker) server. I presume that IIS
> handles all encryption on the background? Is that correct or do I
> miss something?
I only know IIS second hand as my colleague does the ASP.NET work, but
yes, we can bind any port using https to his code and he changes
nothing. So it is IIS that is doing the transport stuff. One thing is
to remove the http binding, to ensure that it cannot be used by
accident, but we often get started with it, then turn it off once
running (and always in production).
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