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Enter the “Start” menu and enter in “Search programs and files” the following command: regedit regedit program will be displayed in the upper part, click on the right mouse button, select “Run as administrator”, allow the program to make changes on your computer, open a window “Registry Editor”.
Open HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Profile List In the folder list S-1-5-21 ~ etc., look Profile Image Path name value, it specifies the path to the account on Windows, find the path to the user folder you want to rename, click on the name of Profile Image Path, select “Change. “, change the destination folder for the desired (as in the example of the desired account name: My User), click” OK “, close the registry editor. All of these steps we have done personally, everything works, but we can not ensure if it will work in your case.
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.
Below is a snapshot for your reference: Note: This command doesn't succeed always.
Check the HTTPS bindings of the website and determine what port and IP it is listening on.
You could run the following command to ensure no other process is listening on the SSL port used by the website.
So that all the actions described above you do on your own risk.
This material is provided for informational purposes only. This document will help you in troubleshooting SSL issues related to IIS only.