Question about Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for PC
Is there a way to implement a SSL certificate using CLI on Windows 2003 server (IIS 6.0)?
As far as I know, there isn't an easy way of doing this. I've always just deployed certificates using the GUI interface of Internet Information Services. However, your question is a good one, and would be a very handy thing as systems that just run in the command line like Server 2008 in certain configurations run with better performance and less surface area. Great thinking! So I started looking around.
All I could find was the following article, which we know how to implement in the interface.
How to implement SSL or TLS secure communications
Pay close attention to paragraph 3, it looks like it hints towards a few different command line options. Then I found the article below.
IIS 6.0 Resource Kit Tools
IIS Cert Deploy VBS is the closest thing I can find to doing something like what you're describing. It looks like a sample file is included in the kit, and you may find some other options available to you as well in those command line executables included in the IIS kit.
That's the only information I can provide you with unfortunately! I wish I could give you more information because you raise a great point in being able to add a certificate within the command line. I searched around Microsoft knowledgebase articles for awhile and couldn't find anything related except for those links there. You can generate a certificate in the command line, I found a few articles on that, and I believe they mention it in the first link I gave you as well. But as far as implementing to a certain site, that seems to be the part where an interface is required unless that VBS script does anything for you.
Best of luck!
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