IIS6 and HTTPS website issues

I have a windows 2003 server that has IIS 6 installed. The webpage is displayed if I type the Netbios name in, lets call the server Gandalf. If I install an ssl certificate using microsofts certificate server I can get the certificate to display when I try to go to https://gandalf but I simply get page cannot be displayed after accepting the certificte. I am following this article to do the certificate setup.


Has anyone got any idea what I can look at. Thanks in advance

My setup is simply one Windows 2003 Server with the following:-
Exchange 2003
one NIC

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Check whether u enabled client authentication in Directory Security Tab of Wesite Properties.

Disable it, If it is enabled.
If u enable Client authentication and U dont have a client certificate in client system browser, You cant access the website

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