| Posted: Thu, Apr 26th '12 |
SharePoint 2010 and SSL Certificates|
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Body: While working on a project recently I wanted to use SSL certificates on the Development environments so the developers could actually get a closer experience to what the end users are seeing in Pre-Production and Production. The domain names on Development are not the same as the Production ones and did not want to configure those the same as then I would have IP addressing and Routing issues when testing. So I wanted to use self-signed SSL certificates but had the standard issue when tryi [read more].
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