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2/14/2014 6:37 PM
 

I have used self signed SSL certificates for my mail servers by creating and installing a P12 file on the workstation. I am wondering if I can do the same thing to restrict access to a DNN site if the machine does not have a certificate installed. We have an external site that we only want available to our domain users and I can push the cert out through group policy. Does anyone know how to set up the site to deny access to machines without the certificate?

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-Mike

 
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2/15/2014 6:20 PM
 
it's actually an IIS configuration issue and not a DNN issue - see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/li...(WS.10).aspx (and http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/li...(WS.10).aspx will likely be required also)

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2/18/2014 10:03 AM
 

Thank you for the links, great info.
I guess if I only want one portal to be restricted, I can install a second instance of DNN in a separate IIS site and make the restrictions on that site. A little more involved, but workable.

 -Mike

 
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