if the site is hosting by a hosting company simply alert them that you want SSL on site and they will do it for you.
If you host it your self you have to generate a key via your IIS server. Then provide that key to the SSL certificate authority. They generate an SLL certificate to that key; then you import the SSL certificate to IIS. Its quicte easy; but since you use a hosting company.. They will have to do this for you!
Pablo Varando Senior Application Architect EasyCFM.COM, LLC.
Are there changes in my code that have to reference https for ssl to initiate? This is where things get fuzzy for me. I see on some sites that the url is http, then at places in the app it changes to https.
If you plan on hosting yourself in the future, have you made a choice to go with win or linux. There are free certs you can build using pgp/openssl for a linux solution. I am sure there are free ones for a win platform, but I don't have any I can recommend.