Binding a web server certificate
Your web server must be secured with a trusted, third-party, SSL certificate for certain Endpoint Manager features, including MDM, core to client communication, and authentication to various resources.
Once you have obtained a certificate, bind it to your web server in Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager. You must use a trusted, SSL certificate from a certificate authority. Self-signed certificates are not sufficient. Wild card certificates are allowed.
NOTE: When you purchase a certificate, you need to provide a CSR (certificate signing request) file to the vendor you are purchasing the certificate from. Ivanti cannot create a CSR or obtain a certificate on your behalf.
Binding a certificate to your domain
1.Ensure that a signed certificate from a certificate authority exists on the server with the corporate domain name.
2.Open Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
3.In the left menu, expand the menu item for your server.
5.Right-click Default Web Site and select Bindings.
6.Double-click on the site binding for HTTPS.
7.Ensure that the port is set to 443.
8.In the SSL certificate field, select your certificate.
9.Click OK to save your configuration.