The IIS 6.0 Resource Kit contains a utility called SelfSSL.exe for quickly and easily creating and installing a self-signed certificate into IIS 6 for Windows 2003 or XP.
This is one of those things I need to do from time to time, but don’t use it enough to remember it.
From time to time I’ve had to put a new IIS 6 server on-line or move the location of the shared files. Almost ALWAYS I end up stuck with sites not working even though I’ve allowed full trust. So what happens?
“The key to happiness is to figure out what you love to do, what you’re good at, and find a way to make money doing it.”
I do not agree. I think this is horrible advice.