Fwd: IIS and SSL
Andrew S. McKeon
Tue Dec 10 18:42:00 2002
I am sure this question has been answered (perhaps a few times already).
However, since I am new to VNC (and can't find documentation on this),
I just installed VNC Server on a Web Server. The Web Server is a Windows
2000 box. My web server is obviously listening for requests on port 80.
Problem I have, is that my remote location will not allow any traffic
over the web, unless it is port 80. So, I wanted to put the VNC server
under my web server (so I can access it from a normal web address...
without having to specify the port number). The machine I am running it
on, also has an SSL certificate, so I would like to run VNC under SSL.
My questions to anyone are:
1. Is it possible to run the VNC server as a "sub-web" of a Windows 2000
IIS 5.0 server? And, how to go about doing it.
2. Are there problems with running the VNC server under SSL?
Thank you in advance for your help,
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