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I've created an application on a webserver on our intranet. The application has an authentication form wherein in takes a user-name and password, connects to database, verifies that they match and then gives access to the other forms.

To secure this I wanted to use HTTPS.

The problem is that when I use the Internet Services Manager in Win2000 it creates a request for a certificate to be sent to some certificate authority on the net.

CAn I get some sample certificate or something just for our intranet?

Thanks,

-- Asim
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You can create your own certificate using the win2k Certificate program.

See
http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/planning/security/casetupsteps.asp
for a walkthru.

I hope this helps !
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-Verisign is the biggest & most trusted certificate authority on the internet & does allow you to send your certificate requests & use one of their certs for 30 days..
http://www.verisign.com/
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