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how to purchase and install ssl certificate from azure

Hey Guys,

I want to purchase ssl certificate from azure and install on azure vm IIS web server. How to install ssl certificate on azure vm iis webserver? I have deployed multiple websites on iis webserver. If I will purchase certificate from azure, then can used for multiple websites of IIS webserver?


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@SudeshSharma-4223 Thank you for your query.Azure App Service provides a highly scalable, self-patching web hosting service. This article shows you how to create, upload, or import a private certificate or a public certificate into App Service.

Once the certificate is added to your App Service app or function app, you can secure a custom DNS name with it or use it in your application code.

You can refer to this article to get more details.

These TLS/SSL certificates can be stored in Azure Key Vault, and allow secure deployments of certificates to Windows virtual machines (VMs) in Azure.

To learn more on how to Secure a web server on a Windows virtual machine in Azure with TLS/SSL certificates stored in Key Vault you can refer to this article as well.

Hope it helps!!!


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Thanks @prmanhas-MSFT . But after import ssl certificate on iis web server got below error on browser


ERR_HTTP2_INADEQUATE_TRANSPORT_SECURITY

please help

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@SudeshSharma-4223 Apologies for the delay in response. Th mentioned error is a generic error and might be because of many reason.I did some research and found that it might be due to current .net version as well.

You can refer to this GitHub post for more information.

This post might be helpful as well.

Hope it helps!!!

Do let me know in case of any queries.


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@prmanhas-MSFT I have already gone through above links. Got same error. My website uses React and node technology. please help

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You can purchase an App Service Certificate through Azure. When you do this you will be required to provide a Key Vault to store the certificate in. Once the cert has been created you can go to the Key Vault and download the cert as a PFX file which you can then upload to your IIS server and use for whichever web sites you want.

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