Installation – Sybase Manage Anywhere Studio (Using Microsoft IIS 4.0)

Step 1: Install CA Certificate
Secure Site
If you are installing a Secure Site Certificate, you need to first install the Secure Site Intermediate CA Certificate.
Secure Site Pro
If you are installing a Secure Site Pro Certificate, you need to first install the Secure Site Pro Intermediate CA Certificate.
Note to ISP Center Customers: Certificates enrolled through VeriSign’s ISP Center do not need the Secure Site Intermediate CA Certificate installed at this time.
1. Download the SGCinst.exe utility file at: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/194889
2. Copy the SGCinst.exe file into the same web server directory that includes your certificate text file.
3. Open an MS DOS prompt window, change directory (cd) to the directory that includes both files and type in this command:
sgcinst.exe ‘file name of certificate emailed from VeriSign’ -i -o ‘outputfile name, such as cert.txt’
NOTE: The certificate that is emailed from VeriSign includes your Server ID (”output file”) and the VeriSign Intermediate CA file. The -i option copies the VeriSign Intermediate CA file into the Registry of your web server, and the -o option directs your Server ID to an output file (cert.txt).]
Step 2: Install the SSL Certificate
VeriSign will email you your certificate. If the certificate is an attachment (Cert.cer), you can use the file. If the certificate is in the body of the email, copy and paste it into a text file (such as OriginalCert.txt) using Notepad. Do not use Microsoft Word or other word processing programs that may add characters. Confirm that there are no extra lines or spaces in the file. If necessary, move the file to the server machine.
1. Open the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) for IIS. This is normally reached by selecting Start -> Programs -> Windows NT 4.0 Option Pack -> Microsoft Internet Information Server -> Internet Service Manager.
2. Expand the Internet Information Server folder by selecting the + sign and then select the + sign next to the computer name.
3. Locate the website that is going to be using the SSL Certificate. This is usually the Default Web Site. Right click the appropriate website and choose Properties. In the Properties window, click the Directory Security tab. Click Edit next to Secure Communications, and then click Key Manager.
4. Install the new Server ID by clicking the key in the www directory (usually a broken key icon with a line through it), and select Install Key Certificate.
5. Enter the Password.
6. When you are prompted for bindings, add the IP and Port Number. Any assigned is acceptable if you do not have any other certificates installed on the web server. Multiple certificates installed on the same web server require a separate IP Address for each because SSL does not support host headers.
7. Select Commit Changes from the Computers menu, or close Key Manager and click Yes when you are prompted to commit changes.
The new Server ID is now successfully installed. You may need to reboot the web server if necessary.