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I have the message "* Warning: SSL is not enabled for the Virtual Server Administration Website. *" at the bottom of the MS Virtual Server 2005 R2 website (see screenshot). How can I enable SSL?

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I have the message "* Warning: SSL is not enabled for the Virtual Server Administration Website. *" at the bottom of the MS Virtual Server 2005 R2 website (see screenshot). How can I enable SSL?

I get this message no matter which browser I use, Internet Explorer, Mozilla, or Flock.

How can I enable SSL?
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You have to install the SSL certificate, for installing ssl read this article.
http://www.petri.co.il/configure_ssl_on_your_website_with_iis.htm

Hope this will help you.
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