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Once we have confirmed that there are no issues with the certificate, a big problem is solved.But, what if the website is still not accessible over https.If the Client certificates section is set to "Require" and then you run into issues, then please don't refer this document.This is meant for troubleshooting SSL Server certificates issue only. I am under the assumption the reader is well-versed in SSL Handshake and the Server Authentication process during the SSL handshake.It is important to know that every certificate comprises of a public key (used for encryption) and a private key (used for decryption). Description of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Handshake: https://support.microsoft.com/kb/257591 Description of the Server Authentication Process during the SSL Handshake: https://support.microsoft.com/kb/257587 The following error message is seen while browsing the website over https: The first thing that has to be checked is whether the website is accessible over http.If it is not, there likely is a separate issue not covered here.Client Certificates troubleshooting will not be covered in this document.
In this article we will describe all possible solutions to this problem. Go to “Start,” right-click “Computer”, select “Manage” to open the window “Computer Management”, expand the local groups and users on the left side of the window “, open the folder” Users “, right-click on the Account recording you want to rename, select “rename”, type the account name (example: My User), then press enter (enter) on the keypad and close the “Computer management”.
Go to “Start,” click “Control Panel” in the category “User Accounts and Family Safety”, click “Add or remove user accounts”, then select the account you want to rename by clicking on it, select from the list “Change account name “, type the account name (example: My User), click” Rename “, then close the Control panel.
Enter the “Start” menu, click “Computer”, open the “Local Disk (C :)”, open the folder “Users”, right-click on the user you want to rename a folder, select “Rename”, type the name of the account ( Example: My User), then press Enter on the keyboard.
Below is a network trace snapshot of a non-working scenario: Working scenario: Well, this is definitely now how you look at a network trace.
You need to expand the frame details and see what protocol and cipher was chosen by the server.
If there is another process listening on that port then check why that process is consuming that port.