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16Mar/170

Bookmark: Ajax in Drupal 7

https://www.thirdandgrove.com/mastering-ajax-drupal-7

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7Mar/170

Ship Spotting: Cielo Di Tokyo

Cielo Di Tokyo Ship

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18Feb/170

Aristidis Passing in the Night

Aristidis at Night

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17Feb/170

Port Alice

Port Alice Ship

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12Feb/170

Bookmark: Wildcards in IIS 7 on Server 2008

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/benjaminperkins/2013/02/01/adding-a-hostname-to-your-ssl-certificate-binding-on-port-443/

In particular a reader comment about setting the host name:

That * doesn't mean that is wild card certificate necessarily.

In IIS7 (on Windows 2008 R2), I saw missing hostname under 'Edit Site Binding' [your first screenshot]. That was the first SSL 443 website on that IIS server. The website was dynamicsSharePoint.domain.com and I used internal certificate server to issue the certificate for that internal Dev / Test site.

  1. I resolved the missing Hostname by opening the MMC console on the server and adding Certificate MMC for Computer
  2. Expand Personal node under Certificates (Local Computer) on server
  3. Right click on the certificate in the list and choose properties
  4. Under General tab, change the 'Friendly Name' from dynamicsSharePoint.domain.com to *.domain.com and click OK
  5. Go to IIS Binding for the website and you should be able to add Hostname and pick the *.domain.com certificate.
  6. Verify the website and you will see certificate in browser with the FQDN / dynamicsSharePoint.domain.com
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