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IIS deleted https binding from site and disabled all web sites

I have a SharePoint 2010 instance.  I was trying to make one of my Web Applications https in IIS.  Unfortunately, I deleted the https binding (dispite the warning) from the web site and disabled all my web applications.  How can I repair the damage I have done?

Yes, I know now that I should not have deleted the https binding in IIS, and that I should have made my changes in the applicationhost.config.

I have a WebApp1 that is https with a cert which was disabled (site) when I tried to make
WebApp2 https using the same cert. This is wrong, which is why I deleted the https in WebApp2. Which I should not have done either.
Microsoft IIS Web ServerMicrosoft SharePointInternet Protocols

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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ACH1LLES,

How do I restore the IIS metabase?
I am not sure what you mean by reconfigure everything.
I will get with my System Administrators to see if I can get the necessary IP addresses so that I can assign individual IP address.  However, in the mean time I have a Web app that won't run.  It was originally running with the certificate and now (despite the fact that it still has the certificate) it does not work.
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