We have a large number of servers here (5-700) 2008 and 20012R2 and need to set them to PCI standards. We Can obviously use the IISCrypto tool to do the setting on a server by server basis but to do this on the large number of remote VMs is painful at best and horribly time consuming. We were able to use registry settings to turn off SSL v3 etc. here but can't see a way to do the same thing for the Ciphers and Cipher SUites. Can anyone suggest a way to do this quickly with a reg file or such? We use a tool called KACE that could deploy or run a batch file etc. Screen capture is attached showing what we need off. IISCrypto-DisabledCipherSuites.JPG
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