Please perform these steps only after you have configured the Devolutions Password Server instance and that you have indeed connected through a client application. Performing these steps right from the start may add a layer of complexity that may prevent you from succeeding in the initial configuration.
1.Select the server node in the tree view and double-click the Server Certificates feature in the list view:
2.Click Import Certificate... in the Actions pane Or Click Create Self-Signed Certificate... in the Actions pane.
Follow the wizard
1.Select the web site in the tree view.
IIS Tree view
2.Click Bindings... in the Actions pane. This brings up the bindings editor that lets you create, edit, and delete bindings for your Web site. Click Add... to add your new SSL binding to the site.
3.Select https in the Type drop-down list. Select the self-signed certificate you created in the previous section from the SSL Certificate drop-down list and then click OK.
Define https binding
4.Now you have a new SSL binding on your site.
The new binding
1.Select a Devolutions Password Server application in the tree view.
IIS Tree view
2.Click on SSL Settings
Web site icons
3.Configure SSL settings if you want your site to require SSL, or to interact in a specific way with client certificates. Click the site node in the tree view to go back to the site's home page. Double-click the SSL Settings feature in the middle pane. Select Require SSL and click Apply.
1.From the Devolutions Password Server Console, edit the Devolutions Password Server instance.
2.Go in the IIS tab and enable the Force https option.
3.Save the modification with the Save button.
1.Edit the Devolutions Password Server data source
2.Change the server URL to use the https:// protocol