Cannot find server or DNS Error.
This problem can occur when another Web site on the server has a certificate bound to it and is listening on the IP address and port combination of "All Unassigned:443" for SSL requests. As a result, when a request comes in for a page over HTTPS, the request goes to the default Web site instead of the intended site because the default Web site is also listening on port 443 on "All Unassigned". In addition, because the default Web site does not have an SSL certificate, it displays the "Page cannot be displayed" error message.
- On the server, at a command prompt, type the following command to change to the Adminscripts directory:cd c:\inetpub\adminscripts
- At a command prompt, type the following command to look at the SSL binding for the default Web site:adsutil get w3svc/1/SecureBindingsThis should return the following output (or similar):
SecureBindings : (LIST) ":443"
- At a command prompt, type the following command to set the SSL binding to null:adsutil set w3svc/1/SecureBindings ""
- In the Microsoft Management Console (MMC), right-click the computer name, and then click Restart IIS. The page should be displayed properly, and the site should be accessible without any problems.
Artikelnummer: 290391 – Letzte Überarbeitung: 19.06.2014 – Revision: 1