In order to access Kepion from HTTPS, you need to bind a valid SSL certificate onto the web server where Kepion is hosted. Please be aware that the process to add a certificate can vary based on the authority administering the certificate and the type of certificate file received.
Prerequisites: a valid SSL certificate in .pfx format.
On the Windows server where Kepion is installed, search for mmc to open the Console window.
Click File -> Add/Remove Snap-in…
In the Add or Remove Snap-ins window, select Certificates, and click Add >
On the Certificates snap-in window, select Computer account …
Select Local computer, then click Finish.
Expand Certificates -> Right-click on Personal -> Select All Tasks -> Import…
On the Certificate Import Wizard, click Next on the first screen. Change the file type to Personal Information Exchange (.pfx) and locate the certificate file.
Then click Next and enter the password for the private key. Click Next again.
Check Place all certificates in the following store -> Personal, then click Next.
Verify that your assigned certificate has been added under Certificates -> Personal -> Certificates.
Bind Certificate in IIS
Launch Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager. Locate Kepion Planning and click on Bindings…
In the Site Bindings window, click Add…
In the Add Site Binding window:
Host name: Enter the host name for the Kepion instance.
SSL certificate: Select the ticket you imported in the previous section.
You should now be able to access your instance of Kepion over HTTPS.