How to bind SSL to a SEQ Server on an Azure VM

by sunil ravulapalli /29. June 2016 02:39 / /Comments (0)

Step 1: Generate a CSR to request a certificate.

You can use OpenSSL like this:

Openssl req -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout newcert.key -out newcert.csr

Send the CSR file to your IT department so that they can generate a cert using you intranet certificat authority

Step 2: Generate a PFX file

Run this command using OpenSSL to generate the PFX

openssl pkcs12 -export -out newcert.pfx -inkey newcert.key -in certITGaveYou.cer -certfile yourcompanyrootcert.cer

Step 3: Import certificate chain into your Azure VM

Step 4: Run these commands at the SEQ command line

seq stop
seq uninstall
seq bind-ssl --thumbprint="THUMBPRINT HERE"
seq install --listen="https://YOURSERVER"
seq start

Step 5: Open up the 443 port in Azure portal for your VM

Step 6: Open up the 443 port in Azure VM

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