Is SBS 2003 server's Certificate, that is used by the IIS for SSL, required for the Server's trust with the client?
Posted on 2008-06-16
We've recently replaced the local SBS 2003 (not R2) server's motherboard and reinstalled the server.
The current motherboard is Intel's S3210SHLC motherboard that comes bundled with Intel's management and monitoring system - "Intel System Management Software 2.0" which I'd like to install.
The problem is that, when installing this system, it throws the following error:
"Setup can not continue because either:
1. SSL is enabled on the defualt web site with a self-signed certificate. To continue disable SSL or change the certificate.
2. There is not a default web site. Please reinstall IIS."
Now, since the IIS is installed and working and there is a default web site, I guess the SSL Certificate is the issue here. Unfortunately, I don't know how to disable the SSL requirement for the defualt web site and I don't want to delete the certificate as it might be required for the every day trust / authentication between the server and the client work stations (i.e. domain controller's sercurity ).
I'd appreciate if you could advice me with this issue ASAP.