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Internet Information Services (IIS) is the web server software written by Microsoft. IIS has evolved significantly over the years, and the most current version in production as of this writing is IIS version 7. With IIS 7, creating self-signed certificates and enabling SSL using those certificates is much easier than with previous versions of IIS. IIS 7 comes with Windows 7 by default, and the following walkthrough
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assumes that you are using IIS7 installed on a Windows 7 machine. The walkthrough also assumes that both the server and the Windows Phone 7 client (the emulator) reside on the same machine. 1. 2. Open IIS Manager by clicking Start Control Panel Administrative Tools Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager. Create a new web site by right-clicking the Sites node on the left and choosing Add Web Site. Name the site WP7Server and fill in the rest of the web site properties as shown in Figure 19 2.
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Note The physical path on your computer may certainly be something else, but be sure to make the Port setting something other than the default 80, otherwise IIS might complain that port 80 is already taken.
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Figure 19 2. IIS 7 new web site properties dialog Next, you will issue a self-signed certificate.
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Click the root machine node on the left, and then click the Server Certificates node, as shown in Figure 19 3. This should bring up a dialog listing all of the certificates currently registered on the machine.
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Figure 19 3. IIS 7 Server Certificates Node 4. Click the Create Self-Signed Certificate link on the right-hand side of the dialog. Then, specify a name for that certificate when prompted for example, wp7cert.
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Next, you will enable SSL on the web site by creating a binding of that web site to the https protocol. 5. 6. In the list of sites, click the WP7Server and then click Bindings on the righthand side, as illustrated in Figure 19 4. To create an HTTPS binding for the site, so that traffic to and from the site can be encrypted using SSL, click Add Binding. When the dialog shown in Figure 19 5 comes up, select https type binding and select the wp7cert certificate from the certificates list. This certificate will be used to encrypt traffic between the web site and your Windows Phone 7 client application.
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Finally, you need to create some content to browse to on the secure web site. In the real world, this would most likely be the service returning some sort of sensitive data, such as financial information. However, for this walkthrough, you will simply create an HTML file and save it onto the server.
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Open Notepad and paste the following HTML into it:
<html> <h1>Hello, Windows Phone 7</h1> </html> 8. Save the HTML file you created to the physical path for the web site that you specified in Step 2 (referenced in Figure 19 2) and name the file index.html. For example, if you kept your Physical Path setting as C:\WP7Server\ in Step 2, then you will save the HTML file as C:\WP7Server\index.html.
Note You may be getting a Permission Denied error when you try to save the HTML file (we did). In that case, make sure that the currently logged-in user has permissions to write to that folder and try again.
You are now ready to test out your self-signed certificate. 1. Open Internet Explorer and navigate to https:/machinename/, where machinename is the name of your computer (for example, wp7server). You should see the Hello, Windows Phone 7 message in the browser.
Figure 19 4. Web site bindings link
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Figure 19 5. Adding https site binding You can also start testing accessing secure data from your Windows Phone 7 application. 9. From your Windows Phone 7 emulator, navigate to https:/machinename/. The very first time you start up the emulator, you will see a screen like the one shown in Figure 19 6, the absence of trust relationship error message. If you click Continue, however, you will be able to establish SSL connections to the web server from both the browser on the Windows Phone 7 device and the applications.
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