Advanced Installation TopicsSelf-Signed Certificate (PowerShell)

Self-Signed Certificate (PowerShell)

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Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a cryptographic protocol that provides security and data integrity for data communications over a network. By encrypting your web store and ERP Web service with SSL, you make your data and your network more secure and more reliable.

This guide covers creating your own Root Certificate, exporting the PFX certificate, and creating the certificate signed by your root certificate authority using Windows PowerShell. For more information, see "New-SelfSignedCertificate".

A self-signed SSL certificate can be used to test your web store, but it shouldn't be used on the production environment. On the production environment you must use a real SSL certificate to secure your web store. You can also use the self-signed SSL certificate to secure your ERP connection.

For more information, see "HTTPS".

Advanced Installation TopicsSelf-Signed Certificate (PowerShell)