Letsencrypt Windows Client: How to Install Let’s Encrypt Free SSL Certificates on Windows Server

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This video refers to the ACME v1 client which does not work anymore.
Please check the new free ACMEExchange client which works with ACME v2 protocol and supports Exchange 2010 – 2019.

The ACMEExchange client is available here.

In this video, we demonstrate how to install Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates on Windows Servers running IIS. The demonstration is performed on Server 2012 R2, and we have tested successfully the Letsencrypt Win Simple Client on Server 2008 R2 and Server 2016.

Currently, there are two functional ACME clients for windows:

In this video, we demonstrate the first client, Letsencrypt Win Simple, which is suitable for installing single domain certificates on Windows Servers running IIS. The second Lestencrypt client, the ACMESharp PowerShell module, is suitable for installing Multiple Domain (SAN) certificates on Exchange servers, and we demonstrate the process in detail in the following Screencast Lettsencrypt Exchange Certificate.

You can download the letsencrypt-win-simple [tip label=”Compiled Build” style=”1″ href=”https://www.netometer.com/downloads/letsencrypt-win-simple-v1.9.1.1.zip”]letsencrypt-win-simple-v1.9.1.1.zipPowerShell Commands[/tip] that we are using in the demo.

Let’s Encrypt CALet’s Encrypt is a free, automated, and open certificate authority brought to you by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG). It entered public beta in September 2015 and completed it successfully on April 12th,2016, issuing more than 1.7 million certificates for more than 3.8 million websites. The project is sponsored by Mozilla, Akamai, Cisco, Chrome
Running Let's Encrypt Windows Client on Server 2012 R2

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