Chris Braley
Chris Braley 12.08.2019 20:26 (GMT+3) Test web server SSL/TLS protocol support with PowerShell

I'm new to Powershell and have a newbie question..

Am I doing something wrong?

I created the file Test-ServerSSLSupport.ps1 with the script data provided

I am running powershell it the directory of the file.

When I run the following it does not return anything.

"www.inbox.lv","www.paypal.com","ib.dnb.lv" | .\Test-ServerSSLSupport

PS C:\temp\powershell> "www.inbox.lv","www.paypal.com","ib.dnb.lv" | .\Test-ServerSSLSupport
PS C:\temp\powershell>

I have also tried "www.inbox.lv","www.paypal.com","ib.dnb.lv" | Test-ServerSSLSupport but get the following error

Suggestion [3,General]: The command Test-ServerSSLSupport was not found, but does exist in the current location. Windows PowerShell does not l
oad commands from the current location by default. If you trust this command, instead type: ".\Test-ServerSSLSupport". See "get-help about_Com
mand_Precedence" for more details.
 

Thanks for your help

DJ
DJ 05.08.2019 10:50 (GMT+3) PowerShell Cmdlet Help Editor 3.0!

Hi,

Where can I download the PowerShell Cmdlet Help Editor installer?

Thanks

Vadims Podāns
Vadims Podāns 01.08.2019 15:13 (GMT+3) How to convert PEM to PFX in PowerShell (revisited)

No, I don't have C# equivalent of this script.

Winanjaya
Winanjaya 01.08.2019 14:57 (GMT+3) How to convert PEM to PFX in PowerShell (revisited)

Hi,

Do you have C# example for converting PEM to PFX?

please help

thanks

Vadims Podāns
Vadims Podāns 30.07.2019 19:49 (GMT+3) Designing CRL Distribution Points and Authority Information Access locations

Julien Baldini,

I never faced such issue. For share permissions you should consider to create a domain-local group and add Cert Publishers group there. Use domain-local group to assign share and NTFS permissions. In other words, use AGLP pattern.