IIS 7 and Above
SSL Binding Loses HTTPS Binding for 443
Last post Sep 10, 2020 08:47 AM by Jalpa Panchal
Sep 09, 2020 12:19 PM|TenthAve|LINK
I have a Windows Server 2019 which has been setup since June 2020. A GoDaddy-issued certificate is installed in the IIS and bound to HTTPS to port 443 and has worked without any problems until the past week when the binding is lost. When I go back in to
Bindings, the friendly name for the SSL is listed in the dropdown box in Bindings. I can select and the VPN works for a couple of days, then it is lost again. How do I fix the issue so the SSL binding is stable? Thanks.
Sep 09, 2020 05:52 PM|lextm|LINK
when the binding is lost
You need to learn the symptoms first. Whether the certificate mapping was removed or replaced matters a lot in troubleshooting, so you have to run netsh before and after the issue and compare the results. Some hints in
Sep 10, 2020 08:47 AM|Jalpa Panchal|LINK
The property is used to store an SSL certificate hash. It is specifically the ID 5506 entry you need to check for. That ID is the legacy property for certificate hash.
Search for the below entry in your ApplicationHost.config file and remove the property:
<property id="5506" dataType="Binary" userType="1" attributes="None" value="oXiHOzFAMOF0YxIuI7soWvDFEzg=" />
SSL Bindings are randomly getting deleted for a website