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kevinmarlow
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IIS SSL and QEMC AccessPoint

I have moved away from QlikView webserver because SSL security profile was showing weak ciphers and SSL 2 and I could not see where to disable these.  Now we are running IIS and everything is working fine apart from AccessPoint settings in QEMC, if I tick require SSL in IIS the settings are longer displayed in QEMC, if I un-tick SSL they work fine.  If I try to access the URL directly from a browser I get prompted for credentials, what am I missing?

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Employee
Employee

Re: IIS SSL and QEMC AccessPoint

This takes a little work, but if you are running version 10 then this is what you have to do.

First if you removed the binding for port 80 you will need to add another port. It can be any unused port like 8080.

Next open IIS and click on QvAjaxZfc and at the bottom Click "Content View"

Now you can see the files. Click on AccessPointSettings.aspx and in the right panel click " Switch to Feature View"

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Now open the SSL Settings.

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Now uncheck " Require SSL" Now we are only removing SSL support for this one file.

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Once this is done. Open the QEMC and change the setting there to

http://<server name>/QvAjaxZfc/AccessPointSettings.aspx and if you used port other than 80 you will need to add

it after the server name.

In the below it is 8080

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This should get you going. This is not require in version 11. There is a difference hook into IIS.

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Employee
Employee

IIS SSL and QEMC AccessPoint

What version 10 or 11?

Employee
Employee

Re: IIS SSL and QEMC AccessPoint

This takes a little work, but if you are running version 10 then this is what you have to do.

First if you removed the binding for port 80 you will need to add another port. It can be any unused port like 8080.

Next open IIS and click on QvAjaxZfc and at the bottom Click "Content View"

Now you can see the files. Click on AccessPointSettings.aspx and in the right panel click " Switch to Feature View"

1.jpg

Now open the SSL Settings.

2.jpg

Now uncheck " Require SSL" Now we are only removing SSL support for this one file.

3.jpg

Once this is done. Open the QEMC and change the setting there to

http://<server name>/QvAjaxZfc/AccessPointSettings.aspx and if you used port other than 80 you will need to add

it after the server name.

In the below it is 8080

5.jpg

This should get you going. This is not require in version 11. There is a difference hook into IIS.

venkeytcs
New Contributor III

Re: IIS SSL and QEMC AccessPoint

Hi Bill/Karl,

can you please provide steps to configure SSL in QV11 using IIS.?

Thanks,

Venkatesh

Not applicable

Re: IIS SSL and QEMC AccessPoint

HI Venktesh,

Please find the enclosed document containing screenshots for implementing SSL using QVS 11 with IIS.

Thanks,

Kumar

Employee
Employee

Re: IIS SSL and QEMC AccessPoint

Hi,

This looks like the best information to show how.

http://www.digicert.com/ssl-certificate-installation-microsoft-iis-7.htm

Bill

Not applicable

Re: IIS SSL and QEMC AccessPoint

Hi All,


Adding little more to SSL.
I have successfully implemented SSL using QVS 11 with IIS.
Can you suggest what need to be done to redirect http://xxxx to https://xxxx

When user types http://xxxx it should redirect to https://xxxx

Thanks,

Kumar

venkeytcs
New Contributor III

Re: IIS SSL and QEMC AccessPoint

Hi Kumar,

U can use HTTP redirect in IIS for redirecting page from http://xxxx to https://xxxx.

(Make sure HTTP reirect is installed for iis 7.)

http://www.trainsignal.com/blog/iis7-redirect-windows-server-2008

Thanks

Venkatesh

venkeytcs
New Contributor III

Re: IIS SSL and QEMC AccessPoint

Hi kumaram125,

After following the steps in the document, HTTPS is working fine but only in Full Browser View.

When i tried to open the document through IE Plugin client,  i am getting "bad request" error.

Thanks

Vekandas

Not applicable

Re: IIS SSL and QEMC AccessPoint

Hi Vekandas, just want to check whether you have done tunnelling in IIS  or not ?

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