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Remote Desktop Connection Manager

Posted by Rajesh Kumar on July 9, 2011

If you are working with multiple remote desktop and feeling uncomfortable with regular “Remote Desktop Connection” tool, then you can try with “Remote Desktop connection Manager” from Microsoft. It is free, very light weight, allows you to configure multiple remote desktop and can connect to all of them one-by-one or all at once.

You can download this tool at: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=21101

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Enable https on Silverlight application

Posted by Rajesh Kumar on June 18, 2010

The following steps can allow you to convert http based silverlight application to https:

Changes required in web.config at service side:

1. Replace “mexHttpBinding” with “mexHttpsBinding”.
2. Remove “identity” node from “endpoint”.
3. Replace “httpGetEnabled” with “httpsGetEnabled”.
4. Make sure that clientaccesspolicy and crossdomain files are at the root of the website.

Changes required in ServiceReferences.Clientconfig at client side:

1. Replace security mode “None” with “Transport”.
2. Point to right https URL.

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How to Import SSL certificate in Windows 2003 server

Posted by Rajesh Kumar on January 12, 2010

Follow the steps given below to import the SSL certificate available in Windows 2003 server (To know how to create the self signed SSL in Windows 2003, please read the article(click here) on my blog).

1. Click on Start -> Run.
2. Type “mmc” and hit Enter key.
3. Click on File -> “Add/Remove Snap-in”.
4. Click on “Add” button.
5. Select “Certificates” option and click on “Add” button.
6. Select “Computer account” and click on “Next” button.
7. Click on “Finish” button and then on “Close” button.
8. Click on “Ok” button.
9. Expand “Certificates” and “Trusted Root Certification Authorities”.
10. Select the sub-item “Certificates”.
11. Click on the right certificate from the right side window.
12. Right-click on that certificate -> All Tasks -> Export…
13. Click on “Next” button.
14. Choose the required format and click on “Next” button.
15. Type the file name and path to save.
16. Click on “Finish” button.

That’s all you need to do. Now you can send the “.cer” file to anyone who want to install it on their local systems.

Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions.

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How to create self signed SSL Certificate in Windows 2003 server

Posted by Rajesh Kumar on January 12, 2010

Have you ever thought of hosting your web sites in a secured protocol (https) than general http? To host the web site or web services in https, we need to have the certificate issued by CA, Verisign, GoDaddy etc and these are very expensive.

Microsoft is so kind to give the feature to generate a temporary certificates from Windows 2003 server which can be used for development purpose. In this article, I am going to explain you how to create and assign the SSL certificate for a web site. For this tutorial, we are going to create and assign SSL for “Default Web Site

Follow the steps given below in Windows 2003 server:

1. Click on Start -> Run.
2. Type “inetmgr” and hit Enter key. IIS manager should be opened now.
3. Expand the “Internet Information Services” on left side window till you see your desired Web site.
4. Right-click on “Default Web Site” and choose “Properties”.
5. In “Default Web Site Properties” window, click on “Directory Security” tab.
6. click on “Server Certificate” button.
7. Click on “Next” button.
8. Select “Create a new certificate”.

Note: If this option is not available, then you might be having a pending certificate. Either create a new web site or delete the pending request by following the wizard and start from step 4.

9. Select “Prepare the request now, but send it later” and click on “Next” button.
10. Type the name for certificate (let’s say it as “TestCertificate“) and click on “Next” button.
11. Type your “Organization” and “Organization unit” and click on “Next” button.
12. Type the common name (it can be any) and click on “Next” button.
13. Type Geographical Information and click on “Next” button.
14. Enter the certificate file and path, click on “Next” button.
15. Click on “Next” and then “Finish” button.
16. Click on “Web Site” tab and then type “443” as the port number in “SSL port:” field.
17. Now select “Directory Security” tab again.
18. Click on “Edit” button under “Secure communications” group.
19. Check “Require secure channel (SSL)” option and click on “Ok” button.
20. Click on “Ok” button to finish it completely.

With this, we have created a new certificate and configured it to the web site. From, now onwards you can start accessing your site with “https“.

Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions.

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Hello world!

Posted by Rajesh Kumar on February 5, 2009

Welcome to WordPress.com. This is your first post. Edit or delete it and start blogging!

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