Microsoft IIS — Configuring HTTPS Protocols and Ciphers

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Update: 2021–01–08


PowerShell Function

Launching PowerShell

$DisableProtos = 'PCT 1.0','SSL 2.0','SSL 3.0','TLS 1.0','TLS 1.1'
$DisableProtos | %{ Set-SchannelProtocol -Protocol $_ }
Set-SchannelProtocol -Protocol 'TLS 1.2' -EnableProtocol


Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Network > SSL Configuration Settings

Get Enabled Ciphers

Get-TlsCipherSuite | Format-Table Name -AutoSize

Disable Cipher

Disable-TlsCipherSuite -Name TLS_RSA_WITH_NULL_SHA


Update: 2021–01–08

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