Working with SSL certificates on Windows servers can be a challenge. Even the most simple tasks can have you opening up a console and running the certutil command or navigating the MMC Certificate Snap-in. And then there's managing the private keys, intermediate certificates, root certificates and csrs. Not to mention there are no native troubleshooting tools in Windows servers for ssl. It's all confusing and can be very time consuming, even for ssl experts. The SSLTools Manager was developed to make managing ssl certificates on Windows servers much easier. It's a free, easy-to-use graphical tool that makes dealing with certificates intuitive. No more having to memorize commands or searching for a hard-to-find snap-in.
instant view of all SSL certificates in all stores installed on the Microsoft Windows server, detailed view of every certificate, creating, renewing and deleting certificates including the private key and csr, complete pending requests, import/export certificates, regenerate the csr for any SSL certificate, automatically send the new or renewing csr to a certificate authority (no more copy and paste), update the Windows server root store with the latest intermediate and root certificates, repair damaged or corrupted certificates, check to see if a certificate was installed correctly and is trusted, display the SSL certificate chain that a server is sending to clients, copy SSL certificates between servers, no console access required.
SSLTools Manager comes with many features not found on other tools or utilities. We offer unique features including installation troubleshooting functions, ssl certificate lookup and feedback service, and finally an autosend to a certificate authority service. These are features not found in other ssl managers. In addition, we are constantly adding more features, all free to the end user.
SSLTools Manager is designed for anyone using ssl on Windows. This includes the website hosted on IIS to the enterprise network administrator needing to reduce the complexity of managing ssl certificates across the network.