I’ve searched the forum on how serving verification files from memory works when using IIS but I can’t seem to find an answer to this one. I’m using WACS in windows with IIS 8
As I understand with the previous versions (winsimple) I know that the verification files were stored in a
.wellknown folder and one needed to configure the IIS server to serve Static files otherwise it won’t be able to verify that the files were written.
Now with the new WACS (v2 lets encrypt) there’s a new feature I’m using, Serve verification files from memory. What I’m trying to find out is so I still need allow IIS to serve Static files / files without extensions or can I disable that (since it’s a security issue)?