I have a Windows VM running in Azure for the purposes of running SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). My domain name is working and my students can connect to SSRS and SQL Server using the domain name.
I have also purchased an SSL certificate, but when I install it on the server and configure it in SSRS, SSRS becomes unreachable with both HTTP and HTTPS. I have a feeling that I didn't create the original SSL request correctly. I generated the request on the server using my domain name, but maybe I should have used the Azure address since the VM is not a member of an actual AD. Any advice?
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Hello @KathiK and thank you for reaching out to the GoDaddy community.
I would admit, I haven't gone that extreme with any of my Windows VMs in Azure.
Check out this GoDaddy article and let us know if it guides you in the right direction.
Thanks for responding. I have been able to install the SSL certificate and SSRS can see it. It just breaks SSRS. I think that the way I generated the CSR is not correct. I'm going to try again and use the VM's Azure name and see what happens.
Check out this Microsoft Doc. This might have your answer possibly.
Haha, yes allow 443 is always a good thing.
Please feel free to make this thread as closed, please!