I am back with steps to Create an SSL Certificate after so many e-mails from my readers.
The Reason behind having this as a separate article, because SSL Certificate is a pre-requisites for so many setups which will be seen in future.
The security of data transmission is just as important as the security of data storage. When data is transmitted over the web, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is available to be used with the web client in Dynamics NAV. Microsoft’s NAV cloud solution has SSL enabled by default.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a cryptographic protocol that helps provide security and data integrity for data communications over a network. By encrypting your Microsoft Dynamics NAV web services using SSL, you make your data and the network more secure and more reliable.
NOTE: For the purposes of this blog, we will be using the port 7047; however, you can use any port configured for your Web Service.
• Existing Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web Services
• SSL Certificate installed in Personal Certificates
• Administrative rights to server