In Unified ICM release 9.0(1),
Unified ICM web servers are configured for secure access (HTTPS) using SSL. Cisco provides an application called the SSL Encryption Utility (SSLUtil.exe) to help with the task of configuring web servers for use with SSL.
This utility is only supported on servers running Windows Server 2008 R2.
The operations performed by the SSL encryption utility can also be accomplished by the operating system facilities such as IIS; however the Cisco utility simplifies the process.
SSLUtil.exe is located in the <ICMInstallDrive>\icm\bin folder. The SSL Encryption Utility can be invoked in either standalone mode or automatically as part of setup.
The SSL Encryption Utility generates log messages pertaining to the operations that it performs. When it runs as part of setup, log messages are written to the setup log file. When the utility is in standalone mode, the log messages appear in the SSL Utility Window and the <SystemDrive>\temp\SSLUtil.log file.
The SSL Encryption Utility performs the following major functions:
SSL Certificate Administration
SSL is available only for
Unified ICM web applications installed on Windows Server 2008 R2. The
Unified CCE web applications that you can configure for SSL are:
Internet Script Editor