How to Run Decisions With TLS-1.0 Disabled
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How to Run Decisions With TLS-1.0 Disabled

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This document describes how to set up environment to run Decisions with TLS-1.0 disabled.
First, we need to make sure that we use Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 3 or higher.
In this example we have Microsoft SQL Server 2012 so we update to Service Pack 3 first.
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We run all required checks and restart computer.
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Then after Update Progresses
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We close SQL Server Update Utility.
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Next, we openCommand Prompt console and stop IIS with “net stop w3svc” command.
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Then, we open Local Services and stop Service Host Manager.
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Next we are going to update ourMicrosoft .Net Framework to 4.6 version.
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Install*.NET Framework 4.6* .
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After .NET Framework 4.6 installation complete…
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Close*.NET* installation dialog.
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Next, disable TLS 1.0 in IIS .
Then, we open Command Prompt and start IIS with “net start w3svc” command.
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Next we go to Local Services and Start Service Host Manager.
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Finally, we open Decisions Portal .
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