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Hi,

How can I install SSL certificates for some .aspx pages hosted in a web server? Please provide a link to a detailed procedure.

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ayha
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by:Rob
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Is it your webserver or someone else's? Ie are you hosting the website or do you have a host?
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by:Sanjay Santoki
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Hello,

I am not sure, but you can manage the same from coding to redirect specific URL to use HTTPS. ie. Shopping cart....

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Sanjay Santoki
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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installing a certificate is a server item and not a page item. It is above the actual site level so we need some information on the web server we are dealing with.
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It is not our web server. We are hosting our site on a web server. I want to provide SSL for some pages.

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Roopesh Reddy earned 250 total points
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Hi,

The hosting site will give you more information on it! Even they will provide with some offers for SSL!

You can better contact the hosting provider itself to acheive it!

As far as i know, GoDaddy, BigRock etc., will provide it!

Hope it helps u...
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@roopeshreddy is right - our host provides SSL but the domain is theirs not yours eg with our site

www.yourwebsite.com will go to https://servername.websitesecured.com/~username/
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