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Server 2008/SharePoint 2007/ISA 2006 and Public SSL

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I have MOSS 2007 installed on Windows Server 2008 published behind an ISA 2006 Server. I have been testing with HTTP only and now have all external access configured an working properly. I am now moving to a public (Entrust) SSL certificate. I generated the Certificate request from the MOSS 2007 Web Front end (behind ISA 2006) I have installed the Certificate on the Web Front end server.

My ISA 2006 knowledge is limited. How/Where do I import the SSL certificate into ISA? I know I need to also change the listener for SSL and the publish rule. I am just looking for a little help in teh right direction.

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The actual cert has to be exported along with the private key and then imported into ISA using the standard certs mmc snap-in at the OS level.

If you then edit the publishing rule AND its associated listener (selecting that you now want to use https to https bridging) you will see the options for allowing SSl and selecting the port you want to use ssl on - obviously the default port is 443. Un the listener, when you tick that you will be using ssl the vertificates button will ceased to be greyed out and you can select the cert you want to associate.

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Ok - I used (wrox) Real World SharePoint 2007 Chp. 12 to publish SharePoint SSL externally through ISA 2006. Which is a walk through of what you stated above.
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Nice one - and thanks for the reference.

Keith
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