Gets information about website SSL bindings.


Get-WebSitesSslBinding [-ConnectionString <String>] [<CommonParameters>]


The Get-WebSitesSslBinding cmdlet returns information about the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) bindings assigned to your websites.
SSL provides a way for browsers to communicate with web servers over a secure, encrypted channel; this is done by using SSL certificates.
An SSL binding associates an SSL certificate with entities such as a website or TCP/IP port.


Example 1: Get SSL bindings for a front-end server

PS C:\> Get-WebSitesSslBinding -FrontEndName "FESERVER01"
This command returns information about the SSL bindings for the front-end server FESERVER01.



Specifies a connection string for a hosting database.
Connection strings contain information about a data source and how to connect to it; this information includes such things as the server and database name, and the name and password of the user account making the connection.
For example:

-ConnectionString ";Database=Personel;User;Password=p@ssw0rd;Trusted_Connection=False;Encrypt=True;"

If you do not specify this parameter Get-WebSitesSslBinding automatically connects to the default instance of the hosting database.

Default value:None
Accept pipeline input:False
Accept wildcard characters:False