I need to change from SSL 2.0 to SSL 3.0 for a website running inside a DMZ on a Windows 7 box. (Strange set up, I know, but it is what the business needs require.) I have read other posts on this subject and the accepted method seems to be the following:
•Open Registry Editor.
•On the Edit menu select New then DWORD Value
•Name the new value Enabled
•Ensure the value is set to 0
•Restart the server
I have also read this Microsoft article.
However, it seems to me that these instructions only take the action of DISABLING 2.0. In my system there is no key for SSL 3.0. So, if I disable SSL 2.0 without a key being prsent for SSL 3.0 will the site no longer to be able to function on HTTPS? Is there a procedure I should follow to get SSL 3.0 installed on a Windows 7 system?