Microsoft IIS 7.0


To generate a CSR for Microsoft IIS 7.0 perform the following steps:

Please note all CSR’s must be generated with a key length of 2048 and using SHA256 as the hash algorithm
Step 1: Choose Start > Administrative Tools > Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.


Step 2
: In the IIS Manager, choose your server name.

Step 3: In the “Features” pane (the middle pane), double-click the “Server Certificates” option located under the “Security” heading.

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Step 4: To begin the process of requesting a new certificate select the “Create Certificate Request” option from the “Actions” pane.

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Step 5: The first screen of the wizard asks for details regarding the new site. The common name should match the fully-qualified domain name for the site. Otherwise, provide information about your site, making sure to spell out the name of your state and locality.

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Step 6: Click “Next” to continue.

Step 7: The next screen of the wizard asks you to choose cryptography options. The default, Microsoft RSA SChannel Cryptography Provider is fine. Select 2048 for bit length.

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Step 8: Click “Next” to continue.

Step 9: Provide a file name to which to save the certificate request. You will need the contents of this file in the next step, so make sure you know where to find it.

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Step 10: Go to the SSL Certificates page in your No-IP account and click on “Add CSR”

Step 11: Select your server and Copy and paste the entire contents of the text file into the box.
Note: Open the file in a text editor that does not add extra characters (Notepad is recommended).