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I am attempting to lock down our web domain with SSL. Unfortunately Google searches provide how to do this for IIS versions prior to 7.5.

I have played with MS's URLreWrite, but haven't had much success.

is anyone familiar with Binding 443 (https) with a wild Card SSL certificate?

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You need to use the appcmd to add the other hostname bindings

http://www.diaryofaninja.com/blog/2010/09/01/binding-multiple-domains-to-a-wildcard-ssl-on-a-single-ip-in-iis-75
http://www.computer-howto.com/2011/08/running-multiple-ssl-iis-sites-iis7-75/

This presumes that you already have a SAN/wildcard SSL certificate that includes multiple hostnames.
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