SCCM 2012 R2 – Warning – IIS HTTPS Configuration for management point

Symptom: When installing System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager and requiring all communications to be secure via HTTPS you receive the following Warning on the Prerequisite Check screen of the installation wizard.

Warning: IIS HTTPS Configuration for managment point
Warning: IIS HTTPS Configuration for distribution point

Internet Information Services (IIS) website bindings for HTTPS communication protocol is required for some site roles.  If you have selected to install site roles requiring HTTPS, please configure IIS website bindings on the specified server with a valid PKI server certificate.

System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Setup Wizard - Prerequisite Check - Warning IIS HTTPS Configuration for managment point

 

Solution: You need to add bindings for HTTPS to the Default Website inside of IIS Manager.

  1. Open up Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager
    Server 2008 R2 - Start - Administrative Tools - Internet Information Services IIS Manager
  2. Expand your server and select Default Web Site
    IIS - Default Web Site
  3. Select Bindings… on the right side
    IIS - Bindings
  4. Click the Add… button
    IIS - Site Bindings
  5. Select https as the connection type and then select the SSL certificate you wish to use
    IIS - Site Bindings - Add Site Binding - SCCM
  6. Click OK
    IIS - Site Bindings - SCCM

2 thoughts on “SCCM 2012 R2 – Warning – IIS HTTPS Configuration for management point

    1. Jack Post author

      You will want to request the certificate from your internal CA. If you don’t have an internal CA, you will want to use a public CA like VeriSign, GoDaddy, etc.

      Jack

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