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  1. I have build 8679. Server is W2012R2. Server is domain controller. On IIS is only passwordstate web. Passwordstate working OK but in event viewer I have message "It appears TLS 1.2 is not enabled on your web server, which is possible on older Operating Systems. Pleas download the IIS Crypto tool, and enable TLS 1.2 on your web server." and "An error has occurred calling the method DeleteOldSelfDestructMessages(). Error = One or more errors occurred." every 5 minute. SQL 20016 server is dedicated server, connection between IIS a SQL is correct. I try used crypto tool, but after restart server s
  2. Hello everyone, I am trying to access Passwordstate which is installed/hosted on my windows server 2016 from my computer, I first tried accessing it via . Except I get this error : HTTP Error 400. The request hostname is invalid. I cannot access it via its hostname directly at all. Here are my bindings server side: The only way I found to solve this problem, is to add this line " win-sdiopbi3jsh" in the file /etc/hosts client side. But that not what I want ... My goal is to access my site Passwordstate hosted by my windows server 20
  3. Purpose: This post will guide you through the process of installing IIS on your web server. Applies to: Windows Server 2008, Server 2012, Server 2016 How to I do this? Log into your web server as an Administrator, and launch the Server Manager utility by entering servermanager in the 'Run' prompt Click Add roles and features Choose Role-based or feature-based installation and click Next Choose your web server from the Server Pool and click Next Select Web Server (IIS) Click Ad
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