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Configure XpressDox to Use Secure Protocol SSI (HTTPS)

Configure XpressDox to Use Secure Protocol SSI (HTTPS)

The first step is to ensure that you have an SSL Certificate. If you do not have one, we are going to go ahead and create a Self-Signed SSL Certificate, let follow the steps below:
1. Click the Server on the top left.

2. Click on the Server Certificates icon in the middle of your screen.

3. Then on the top right, select the “Create Self-Signed Certificate” action.

4. Give your Certificate a name and then click OK.

That is all you have to do to create a Self-Signed Certificate.

The next thing that we are going to do is to setup SSL and to do so we again going to follow the below simple steps.

1. Go into your XpressDox site in IIS and click Bindings:

2. Click Add:

3. From the top left (Type) select https, If you have IP address, select one, and add a valid Port, add a host name. Select your SSL Certificate:

That’s all that you have to do to set up SSL.

The last thing that we are going to do is to enable the XpressDox Secure Endpoint.
To do that we’re going to follow four simple steps again.

1. On your web.config file. To do the 3rd Party Integration Service RESTFUL And enable secure end point.

2. Then go to the Bindings section under the Comment out the “TransportCredentialOnly” only security mode and enable the “Transport” security mode

3. Just below the , go to the and Comment out the “TransportCredentialOnly” only security mode and enable the “Transport” security mode under the Binding name “secureFileTransferServiceBinding”

4. Lastly, just below the Binding name “secureFileTransferServiceBinding”, and Comment out the “TransportCredentialOnly” only security mode and enable the “Transport” security mode under the Binding name “secureAppServiceBinding”

That’s all you have to do.