How to Setup a Server Certificate for a Windows CE Web Server (Windows CE 5.0)
You can install an SSL server certificate for a Windows CE-based device that functions as a Web server. The procedure only works on devices that have the control panel user interface.
Hardware and Software Requirements
This document makes the following assumptions:
- Your Platform Builder installation includes the CEPC x86 board support package.
- You have a CEPC already configured. For more information, see How to Set Up a CEPC.
- The computers you are using for this scenario are connected to an existing public network through a hub.
The following table shows the devices that are required for this network.
|Device name and function||Software||Configured as|
|Development workstation||Windows 2000 Professional Edition or later with Microsoft Windows CE Platform Builder installed.||Development workstation for CEPC.|
|CEPC||Windows CE 5.0 or later||Windows CE-based device functioning as a Web server. For more information about configuring a Web server, see How to Configure the Web Server.|
To track your progress in the following table, select the check box next to each step.
|1. On your development workstation running Platform Builder, submit an advanced certificate request.||Retrieving an Advanced Certificate|
|2. Install the certificate on the Windows CE-based device functioning as the Web server.||Installing the Certificate on a Windows CE-based Web Server|
|3. Register the certificate on the Windows CE-based device.||Registering an Advanced Certificate on the Windows CE-based Web Server|
|4. Confirm that the SSL certificates are ready for use by browsing a secure site.||None.|
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