How to Run Decisions With TLS-1.0 Disabled

Last Updated: 07/18/2018 Introduced in Version: 3.5

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.

downloadSqlServer

We run all required checks and restart computer.

installSqlServerUpdate

Then after Update Progresses

updateProgress

We close SQL Server Update Utility.

installed

Next, we open Command Prompt console and stop IIS with “net stop w3svc” command.

stopIIS

Then, we open Local Services and stop Service Host Manager.

stopDecisions

Next we are going to update our Microsoft .Net Framework to 4.6 version.

installNet46

Install .NET Framework 4.6.

installNet

After .NET Framework 4.6 installation complete…

downloadingNet

Close .NET installation dialog.

netInstalled

 

Next, disable TLS 1.0 in IIS.

Then, we open Command Prompt and start IIS with “net start w3svc” command.

startW3svc

Next we go to Local Services and Start Service Host Manager.

startSHM

Finally, we open Decisions Portal.

runDecisions

 

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