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TLS 1.0 on windows 2003

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Hi,
one of my clients is requesting to enable tls 1.0 on windows 2003 server on the iis server running on that machine.
I was told that something has to be done on the registry for this along with one other step.  Possible to get guidance on these steps?  Thanks.
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Hi,

If the TLS 1.0 only needs to be enable on the IIS server then you can enable it from the Internet Explorer. Open IE>>Tools>>Internet Options>>Advanced>>Bring the slide bar down till you get the Security section>>You can see "Use TLS 1.0 here, put a tick mark on it and Apply and OK.

Close the browser, this will take effect after restarting IE.

Hope this helps.
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I was told by the people handling the ecommerce integration that on a 2003 server, tls must be enabled using registry.  The article above is useful for disabling tls but need the instructions on how to enable it in registry, thanks.
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TLS 1.0 is enabled unless it is disabled in the registry. If you don't see it disabled, it is enabled. You should have SSL 2, PCT 1.1, disabled, and you should be moving towards disabling SSL 3.0. SSL 3 is no longer considered secure and it being removed from browsers and operating systems.
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