For more information about how to install a certification authority, see the following topics on the Microsoft website: After you enlist in a certification authority, you must either request a certificate by using IIS Manager, or you must manually install the certificate on each of the following servers in your deployment: In addition, the client computers in your deployment will need to be enrolled in the certificate chain and request the needed certificate.If you’re using Release Management, this includes any computers running the Release Management client, as well as any clients¹ running the deployment agent in your release environments.
If you cannot access the default website or Team Web Access, double-check the port settings you specified for these websites in IIS, and make sure that the firewall is configured appropriately to allow traffic on those ports.
The big difference is the procedure for binding the HTTPS protocol to the Release Management website, which is covered below.
To deploy Release Management with HTTPS, use the task list below.
If one or more of your projects uses Git for version control, users in those projects will also have to configure Git on their computers to recognize and use the client certificate.
For information about how to request a client certificate from a specific CA, see the documentation for that certification authority.