Greg,<BR><BR>I worked at a major ecommerce retailer for a year right next to several microsofties. If you can, run your ssl on NT4 & IIS4. We had worked through several problems and work arounds in IIS5 and then we ran into a brick wall. The wall went from IIS servers that would not pass to a ssl directory on the same server server, up to servers that worked great for a few days & would degrade to random popups boxes that said you were mixing secure & unsecure content. Over 45 builds were done and I have not heard of a fix or patch for the problem. Thus the ssl portion of that web farm is all NT4. <BR><BR>Michael<BR><BR>Michael@teamecommerce.com
On hooking you up with secure info, goto www.verisign.com and get the full guides to the secure id you want. Two major things,the cost $350-$1495. And the bummer of all bummers they only last for a year.