This is in VS 2005. And IIS is 6.0. I am trying to use Self signed certificate for HTTPS. In the code i am redirecting from http to https for few pages. It is nt working fine. and in the IIS manager, for each page that i want HTTPs, i have changed its setting by checking "Require Secure Channel(SSL)" and "Require 128 bit encryption".
public void setSecureProtocol()
string redirectUrl = null;
bool bSecure = true;
bool SecureConnection = true;
if (bSecure && SecureConnection)
redirectUrl = Request.Url.ToString().Replace("http:", "https:");
if (!bSecure && SecureConnection)
redirectUrl = Request.Url.ToString().Replace("https:", "http:");
if (redirectUrl != null)
Pages throw me an error like this The page must be viewed over a secure channel The page you are trying to access is secured with Secure Sockets
Please try the following:
* Type https:// at the beginning of the address you are attempting to reach and press ENTER.
HTTP Error 403.4 - Forbidden: SSL is required to view this resource. Internet Information Services (IIS)Internet Information Services (IIS) When i try to put https in the start of the URl, it wont call. I have no idea whats wrong in here. Here, Its not redirecting from http to https. For the pages that i am not redirecting in the code behind, and changing in the IIS, i can see the HTTPS when i check the two checkboxes. Internet Information Services (IIS)
I am using a Self signed certificate for HTTPS. I have it ready. what should be changed in IIS and also what should be changed in the code for https to come into affect. I need https for some pages(not all).
I have been struggling for days trying to get a simple ActiveX DLL to work with no success despite studying several articles on the subject which I have found online. I suspect I have several things coded incorrectly as I am just not familiar with this and most of the articles on the subject are out of date. I am using Visual Studio 2008 and have been using the Windows SDK V7.1 for digital signing.
What I am trying to do is return the client machineName from the environment class back to the web page (and eventually back to the web server). This is my C# class:
using System; using System.Reflection; using System.Runtime.InteropServices; [code]...
Note that I copied my dll to my Windows SDK folder, signed that, copied it back to my cab file which I then copied over to my SDK file, signed the cab file. Then finally, copied the cab file to my website project.
NOTE: See comments at end of first answer. I have purchased a signed certificate from Comodo and with that installed, I now get "Unknown Publisher" error even though the certificate status is "ok", Both the dll and cab file have been signed.I believe my issue now is the control needs to be marked as safe for scripting, http://www.olavaukan.com/2010/08/creating-an-activex-control-in-net-using-c/
I created a self-signed certificate for testing in IIS7 (win 7 64 bit environment ). I attached the cert to the bindings, etc and everything was fine. But when I crank up the site I get the generic error: There is a problem with this website's security certificate. Continue to this website (not recommended). What should I be looking at to fix this
Webserver1 has been in the organization a few years and is hosting/running multiple websites with https encryption (app1.ourcompany.com, app2.ourcompany.com, etc). It has a valid, signed certificate.
Webserver2 is a new server, for which I am responsible. I am tasked with setting up https and getting the certificate, etc. It has a web app running on it, but it does not have a domain name (only has an IP address)...which as I recently learned, is a requirement for a signed certificate.
What I'd like to know is this -- is it possible to set up a site on Webserver1 that points to the site I'm hosting on Webserver2 (ie SiteOnWebserver2.ourcompany.com) which also utilizes the Webserver1's signed/verified certificate?
We set up a paypal gateway on our site using paypal NVP API: Our IIS web server is set up for SSL, though I just created a cert on the locally machine. When we load HTTPS the browser gives a warning about security before the page will load. I know a local cert won't cut it for SSL, so I think we need a verisign cert? [URL] Is this correct? How can I know that the cert I am getting will get along with paypal and elimante any security warnings for the user.
UPDATE.This blog post, enter link description here, says:[When] you opt in for the UserName client credential type, WCF insists that your service must also reference a service certificate that contains a private key.
I am going to host my service in IIS and plan to use SSL certificate in the web site for encrypting communication. Can I make WCF not insist that I reference a service certificate?
I am trying to deploy a wcf service. I have created a simple service, basically I have created a new wcf service and tried to deploy it however I get this error
The type 'WCF_Application.Service1', provided as the Service attribute value in the ServiceHost directive, or provided in the configuration element system.serviceModel/serviceHostingEnvironment/serviceActivations could not be found.
I am trying to deploy my service to a subdomain like https://services.mydomain.com/business
we have a situation where we need to host two certificates on the same server and because we can't have two different certificates on the same server running off the same port we have assigned one certificate run through another port, which is 4443.
So the URL to our web app is now....
If I punch this into a web browser I can access it fine, however, if I create a web reference using this URL in Visual Studio (2005) it can create the web reference fine and it builds ok. But whenever I call a web method on this service instance I get a HTTP 404 page not found Exception.
Is there any properties I need to set on the web service object to get this to work? I'm confused as to why it's not working.
This file has the name js/unitpngfix.js*...i tried to see if it is being used anywhere. Yes, it is being used and all the pages that use this will not be shown as https. In the Master page, it was used like this
I have a WCF Service that I have boiled down to next to nothing because of this error. It is driving me up the wall. Here's what I have now.
A very simple WCF service with one method that returns a string with the value, "test". A very simple Web app that uses the service and puts the value of the string into a label. A web server running IIS 6 on Win 2003 with a SSL certificate.
Other WCF services on the same server that work. I publish the WCF service to it's https location I run the web app in debug mode in VS and it works perfectly. I publish the web app to it's https location on the same server the WCF service resides under the same SSL certificate I get, "The remote server returned an error: (403) Forbidden" I have changed almost every setting in IIS as well as the WCF and Web apps to no avail. I have compared setting in the WCF services that work and everything is the same.
Below are the setting in the web.config for the WCF Service and the WEB app: It appears the problem has to do with the Web app but I am out of ideas.
I am trying to open my homepage with HTTPS in my test server. Is there a way i can create Self signed certifcates and see if https works. some links or any ideas with how to do Its an ASP.Net project and IIS V6.0
I have created a self signed certificate for IIS6 for my app. App works fine when I access it from the web server. But when I access the app from client machine it gives an error "The connection has timed out" on IE, and on Firefox it does not load the page.
Using the form view control, when I click on the edit button to modify a record. the form is in update mode. When I clcik the update button any modified data is posted, but, for some reason the name in one filed named, user_update_name, does not. The name in the field will not change unless the field was empty. For example, if test1 was the last user to modify the record and the user_update_name field was empty, the field was now say Test1. If Test2 modified the same record, Test1 name will still display in the field. The command that fires when the update button is clicked.
Imports System.Data Imports System.Data.Common Imports System.Configuration Imports System.Collections Imports System.Web Imports System.Web.Security Imports System.Web.UI Imports System.Web.UI.WebControls Imports System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts Imports System.Web.UI.HtmlControls Imports System.Data.SqlClient Imports Microsoft.VisualBasic Protected Sub FormView1_ItemUpdating(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.Web.UI.WebControls.FormViewUpdateEventArgs) Handles FormView1.ItemUpdating frmPartsDS.UpdateParameters("user_update_name").DefaultValue = User.Identity.Name End Sub
I am using the aspnet membership features and check to make sure the user is logged in before display the page:
Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me .Load 'Check for UserName If Context.User.Identity.Name Is Nothing Or IsDBNull(Context.User.Identity.Name) Or Context.User.Identity.Name = String.Empty Then Response.Redirect( "~/Login.aspx" ) End If Session( "UserName" ) = Context.User.Identity.Name UserName.Text = Session( "UserName" ) UserIDValue.Text = Membership.GetUser().ProviderUserKey.ToString() End Sub
Everything was working fine when I had two separate applications (two web.config files) using the same data base and the same "applicationName" in the web.config files...............