“The parameter is incorrect.” error using netsh http add sslcert

netshssl-certificate

Following the instructions on "How to: Configure a Port with an SSL Certificate" in this link: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms733791.aspx, I entered this command on the commandline (duh):

> netsh http add sslcert ipport:10.141.146.227:7001 certhash=5d48e604007b867ae8a69260a4ad318d2c05d8ff appid={EDE3C891-306C-40fe-BAD4-895B236A1CC8}
The parameter is incorrect.

My certhash thumbprint was taken from the certificate in Certificates(Local Computer)>Personal>Certificates folder.

The appid GUID was generated.

What else is wrong that I need to fix to get this to work?

Best Solution

In PowerShell just type as follows. first get into netsh http mode and then add sslcert. It's worked for me.

>netsh

netsh>http

netsh http>add sslcert ipport=0.0.0.0:13286 appid='{a5455c78-6489-4e13-b395-47fbdee0e7e6}' certhash=<thumprint without space>
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