IIS Client Certificate Mapping

Posted on 2006-05-24
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Last Modified: 2012-08-13
The goal is to secure a certain web app or service through a client cert. I was told this could be done through the mapping process

I am trying to enable this on a directory and secure with an NT account. Is there a step by step on how to create the client certificates so that they match the rule base. I am kinda new on the client cert for mapping purposes so any help and best practices would be greatly appreciated.
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Are you want to install SSL certificate on site or simply make any folder/directory password protected.

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