I’m behind an ISA Proxy Server which makes using let’s encrypt’s automatic tools problematic. Also still running Win2003 Server until I can get the time together to move to a new Win2016 Server - so I can’t run any of the other letsencrypt .NET tools which require CLR 4.5 (only CLR 4.0 is supported on Win2003).
Can I use gethttpsforfree.com with MIcrosoft’s IIS?
Do I have to generate the public keys using openssl on the Win2003 server where the Cert wil go, or can I generate them using another computer?
Can I use the CSR generated from IIS, or must this all be generated from openssl?
Shame there’s not a semi-automated way to do this with letsencrypt.org, much like I’d been doing with Godaddy (show I control the site with DNS or by putting a file on the web site, submit the CSR, get back a cert with any intermediate certs, install them. Not very complicated actually. I wouldn’t mind doing that every 3 months until I moved to 2016?