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When using SelfSSL to configure a cert it asks, "Do you want to replace the SSL settings for site 1?  Is site 1 the "Default Web Site" in IIS?
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Yes, site 1 is the Defauilt site.  You can verify the website's ID by opening the Internet Service Manager and selecting the Web Sites Folder... all the sites on the server will list in the right hand pane, SiteID is one of the columns.
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