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My domain is: portal.retentionpoint.com.au
I ran this command: letsencrypt-win-simple --test
It produced this output:
Authorizing Identifier portal.retentionpoint.com.au Using Challenge Type http-01
Writing challenge answer to C:\Websites\RETENTIONPOINT\Control Panel\wwwroot.we
Writing web.config to add extensionless mime type to C:\Websites\RETENTIONPOINT
Answer should now be browsable at http://portal.retentionpoint.com.au/.well-know
Authorization Result: invalid
Authorization Failed invalid
The ACME server was probably unable to reach http://portal.retentionpoint.com.au
Check in a browser to see if the answer file is being served correctly.
Authorize failed: This could be caused by IIS not being setup to handle extensio
nless static files.Here’s how to fix that:
1.In IIS manager goto Site/ Server->Handler Mappings->View Ordered List
2.Move the StaticFile mapping above the ExtensionlessUrlHandler mappings. (like
3.If you need to make changes to your web.config file, update the one at C:\Util
My operating system is (include version): Windows Server 2012 R2
My web server is (include version): IIS 8.5
My hosting provider, if applicable, is: Not Applicable
I can login to a root shell on my machine (yes or no, or I don’t know): Yes, I can login to the server desktop and can launch an elevated Command prompt
I’m using a control panel to manage my site (no, or provide the name and version of the control panel): No
I have checked the the ACME challenge file is accessible using a browser in a separate location, to confirm the file is accessible over the internet.
I have used Wireshark to monitor network activity. When I browse for the challenge file I can see the HTTP GET requests in the Wireshark trace. When using letsencrypt-win-simple there is nothing in the Wireshark trace to indicate it is trying to retrieve the file.
I have also tested this with Certify (http://certify.webprofusion.com/) which may suggest this is not a client issue.
Is there a test page available that I can use to verify that ACME/LetsEncrypt can reach the challenge files?