Your company runs Windows Server 2008. The
company network is configured as an Active Directory domain named contoso.com.
The network has a Web server named WEB1. The domain users access WEB1 by using
http://web1. You generate a self-signed certificate for WEB1 and configure WEB1
to use SSL. Users report that they get a warning message when they connect to
WEB1 by using https://web1. You need to ensure that users can connect to WEB1
without receiving a warning message. What should you do?
A. Add the https: //web1 name to the list of Trusted Sites
zone on all the computers in the domain.
B. Open the Certificates console
on WEB1. Export the self-signed certificate to a web1.cer file. Install the
web1.cer file on all the computers in the domain.
C. Join WEB1 to the
contoso.com domain. Reissue the self-signed certificate. Request all the users
to use https://web1.contoso.com to connect to WEB1.
D. Create a DNS Host
(A) Record for WEB1 in the contoso.com zone. Reissue the self- signed
certificate. Request all the users to use https: //webl.contoso.com to connect