How to configure NetVoyant to use HTTPS.

Document ID : KB000010051
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Introduction:

This document describes how to add HTTPS to your NetVoyant Master console.

Environment:
Windows Server 2008 R2
Instructions:

1. Obtain a Certificate (Self-Signed or Signed) and install it.

2. Configure the HTTPS port in the IIS Application.

a. Navigate to the Default Website in IIS.

b. Under Actions, select 'Bindings'

c. Click Add in the Site Binding.

d. Select signed certificate in the SSL certificate pull down menu.

e. Do not disable the http port 80 binding as NetVoyant will not work properly without http.

3. Edit the .xml file to use HTTPS:

a. Open the file: D:\NetQoS\SingleSignOn\Configuration\NetVoyant.xml in a file editor.

b. Edit the file to reflect the bolded changes:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<Configuration>
  <SingleSignOnEnabled>True</SingleSignOnEnabled>
  <SingleSignOnProductCode>nv</SingleSignOnProductCode>
  <SignInPageProductTitle><![CDATA[NetQoS<sup><font class="Superscript">®</font></sup> NetVoyant<sup><font class="Superscript">®</font></sup>]]></SignInPageProductTitle>
  <SignInPageProductDescription>Device Performance Management</SignInPageProductDescription>
  <SignInPageProductDefaultUrl>
    <Scheme>https</Scheme>
    <Port>443</Port>
    <PathAndQuery>/nv/default.aspx</PathAndQuery>
  </SignInPageProductDefaultUrl>
  <SingleSignOnWebServiceUrl>
    <Scheme>http</Scheme>
    <Port></Port>
    <PathAndQuery>/PollerWebService/SingleSignOnWS.asmx</PathAndQuery>
  </SingleSignOnWebServiceUrl>
</Configuration>

c. Save the file.

4. Edit the Single Sign-On details

a. Open the Single Sign-On Configuration Tool found on the desk top or at <InstallDrive>\NetQoS\SingleSignOnConfigurationTool\SsoConfig.exe

b. Click on the Single Sign-On Tab.

c. Click on Scheme, click the Override checkbox, change the value to https, and click save.

d. Click on Port, click on the Override checkbox, change the value to 443, and click save.

e. Click on Close

5. Run IISReset from the command line to complete the changes.