- On the server hosting the Business Portal website, open Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager
- Expand on Sites and find your Business Portal site
- Right-click on the site and select Edit Bindings...
- If there is a binding listed with Type of http, a blank Host Name, and an * for IP Address, note the Port number value and go to step 9
- Click Add...
- Select http for the Type, All Unassigned for the IP Address.
- Enter a unique number for the Port. This number should be between 1 and 65,000 and should not be used by another website or process on this server. Port 7890 is typically a good choice.
- Leave the Host name blank and then click OK
- While still in IIS Manager, expand on the business portal site
- Expand on BusinessPortal -> Applications -> PMA
- Right-click on PMA and select "Switch to Content View"
- Scroll down and right-click on the PCService.asmx file. Select "Switch to Features View"
- Double-click on SSL Settings
- Clear the Require SSL checkbox.
- Right-click the SSL Checkbox and select Apply
- In windows, select Start -> Run and type Regedit
- In Registry Editor, expand on HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Business Portal and then click Install
- Right-click on the URIPath key and select Modify...
- Enter the non-SSL url to the businessportal virtual directory. For example:
Note: It should say HTTP and not HTTPS
Note2: replace machinename with the name of the business portal server
Note3: replace port with the port number from step 4 or 7 above
Note4: the end of the url should say "businessportal" and not "BP"
- Try the business portal pages again
Article ID: 2714053 - Last Review: 3 Feb 2017 - Revision: 2