We have a Windows server 2012 for a small office of 5 users. There is also a retail store as part of the office, that uses a POS system. We are trying to setup the ability to use gift cards, and for some reason the POS company/tech (that is handling the setup) needs to make it so Remote web access is turned on so they can access the server by browser/IP address, something having to do with setting up gift cards for the retail store. I'm being told from the POS company, that setting up remote web access on the server is only for internal use, and the server will not be accessed remotely. As it is now, if you type the server IP into the browser, you get a message saying "Remote Web Access is turned off - To turn on remote web access..." - So, if I run thru the steps of setting up "remote web access", and its looking for me to purchase/install a certificate, which as far as I knew was related to accessing the server from outside of the office, which isnt needed in this scenario. Are certificates used internally as well? Does anyone have experience in setting this up? Any help would be greatly appreciated.