How To Enable SSL / HTTPS
- Updated on 17 Jan 2019
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Steps To Enable SSL / HTTPS For BizTalk360
In order to deploy BizTalk360 on HTTPS, your IIS must be enabled for HTTPS/SSL. The below links explain how to setup SSL on IIS 6/7. Please consult your IIS administrator before changing anything in your IIS, as it may affect other critical sites running on that IIS.
Once you have setup SSL on your IIS, you will need to enable HTTPS for BizTalk360. Follow the steps as shown below:
- Open Web.config from
- Change security mode for basicHttpBinding (refer screenshot below)
- Change security mode for webHttpBinding (refer screenshot below)
- Enable HTTPS for serviceMetaData (refer screenshot below)
- The above steps will disable HTTP and enable HTTPS for BizTalk360. Depending on you IIS version and setup, you may need to reset IIS or recycle AppPool. Please consult your IIS administrator for more information.
What & Where To Change In Web.config
Once after the change
Note: If you want to remove the default port (Port:80), but want to keep the custom port (Port:443), during the installation keeping the http(80), a registry key will consider the port 80 and the upgrade will fail because the custom port (Port:443) cannot be found.
To avoid this conflict, while changing the new website port 80 to 443, you need to update the same in the registry as well.
Go to -> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\BizTalk360\Properties