We use IIS for our web app that needs to be secured.
I got this client installed and everything is working great: https://github.com/Lone-Coder/letsencrypt-win-simple
To force all clients to the SSL site, we’ve setup two sites in IIS. The ‘Default Web Site’ is listening on port 443, and the ‘HTTP REDIR’ is listening on port 80. ‘HTTP REDIR’ does a 301 redirect to the https listener ‘Default Web Site’.
When I made this change and manually ran the letsencrypt-win-simple application, it no longer sees the ‘Default Web Site’ as an option to install the cert into, it only sees the ‘HTTP REDIR’ one, since it’s got the port 80 listener.
Is there a way to add port 8080 (or another port) onto ‘Default Web Site’ and then have the letsencrypt-win-simple client use that port for the verification and installation of the SSL cert? I know I was able to specify an alternate port with letsencrypt-auto on our centos machines, so I know LetsEncrypt server end supports it!
Or if there’s a better way to achieve this, that would be awesome as well!