Windows 2003 Server, IIS 6.0, classic ASP
I was provided a digital certificate by an external company to install on my server for authentication/access permissions into their server. To test the connection, they've provided a ping service which must be accessed over a non-standard port:
If I hit this from my a browser on my server, it prompts me to select my cert, I hit OK, and all is well. I get the page returned by the ping function.
However, if I hit my ASP script via my website, it hangs till it times out.
***** foo.asp *****
Set objXmlHTTP = Server.CreateObject("MSXML
objXmlHTTP.open "GET", "https://www.targetCompany.com:9999/?ping
r "Content-Type", "application/x-www-form-ur
response.write "response: " & objXmlHttp.responseText
To install the certificate (filetype is .p12), I logged into the server with admin priviledges, and clicked thru.
I haven't no stinkin' idea what's failing. IUSR_[machineName] permissions?
500 points - I need this one pretty bad.