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Old November 28th, 2007, 08:39 AM
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Default Problem with SelfSSL.

Hello everyone,
             I am developing a Shopping Cart Application and in that for the credit card details page i want the URL to be https instead of a simple http. As i want to test it on my desktop PC so i had downloaded IIS resources and executed SelfSSL. I had added code in Application_Start and Application_BeginRequest of global.asax which are working fine now the problem is as soon as the url changes from http to https for that page IE displays a page saying Internet Explorer cannot display this webpage and the Diagnose Connection Problem shows an error like
res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm

Can anyone suggest what can i do to resolve this matter. I am using IE 7 . Any help from you is really appreciated. Thanks in advance.

 
Old November 28th, 2007, 10:46 AM
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Have you loaded the SSL Certificate into the webserver correctly? I would venture to say no because, even if you created a certificate and the web address you are trying to access your resource through does not match the domain the certificate was issued to, you would still be able to view the page under HTTPS but IE would throw you a warning message saying something to the effect of: "The Secure Certificate that is being used on this page does not match the domain that it was issued to..."

hth.

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