I am attempting to create a self-signed certificate on a Windows 2016 machine (running IIS 10).
With the "Server Certificates" selection under the Server name (in IIS) I choose "Create Self-Signed Certificate", enter the host name and save it to "Personal".
I go into the Certificate Store (via MMC "Certificates" snap-in), export the file as a PFX file and then re-import it. I'm not sure this is a necessary step, but I've been testing as much as I can.
I see the certificate under "Bindings" when I go to the site, but Google Chrome still gives an error: NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID
It's not isolates to Chrome, because Internet Explorer and Firefox both show an error.
What am I doing wrong? Have I missed a step to get a self-signed certificate to work on my machine?