Article ID: 2430, created on Oct 29, 2007, last review on Apr 18, 2012

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Knowledge ID 1196
Product : WEBppliance for Windows
Version : 3.0
Topic : FAQ

Title
Exporting SSL certificates from secure tunnel to IIS using openssl.

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Exporting SSL certificates from secure tunnel to IIS using openssl.

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 Follow the following steps to export SSL certificate from secure tunnel to IIS using openssl:

  1. Find out where the sitedata is located. Normally the site data is there in c:\program files\ensim\Sitedata. Depending on how the server was setup the location would change. 
  2. Find the file stunnel.pem which is normally there in the following Sitedata directory.
    c:\Program Files\Ensim\SiteData\webppliance\conf\ssl\ssl.pem assuming point number 1.
     
  3. Copy the file stunnel.pem to c:\tmp 
  4. Go to the command prompt of the webppliance server and change your working directory to
    c:\program files\ensim\webppliance\stunnel\w2k
     
  5. Run the following command
    openssl pkcs12 -export -in c:\tmp\stunnel.pem -out c:\certout.p12 
  6. After running this command please provide a password which can be used while exporting. 
  7. This file certout.p12 is actually in pkcs12 format. 
  8. You can then use certificate manager and import this certificate in your personal store. 
  9. During import it will ask you for a password, provide the password you had used earlier during export. 
  10. Once the certificate is in the local store then this can be assigned to any site using the Internet Services Manager console.

 


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