You must download and install the
KB3140245 Windows update from the Microsoft Update Catalog. This update will create the registry key paths in which you will create new registry keys. These registry keys will allow you to enable TLSv1.2 on your server.
After you download and install the update, you must restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
To add a registry key for Windows HTTP services, perform the following steps:
DefaultSecureProtocolsas the DWORD value’s name.
A00in the Value Data text box and click OK.
If your workstation runs on a 64-bit system, you must also perform steps 5-8 for the following key:
To add registry keys for TLS versions 1.1 and 1.2, perform the following steps:
DisabledByDefaultas the DWORD value’s name.
0in the Value Data text box and click OK.
TLS1.2registry path and open the
After you modify your registry keys, you must restart your workstation to apply the registry settings. When your workstation restarts, create a test email account in Microsoft Outlook and configure the following settings in the Advanced section of Microsoft Outlook’s Internet E-Mail Settings interface:
993in the Incoming Server (IMAP) text box or
995in the Incoming Server (POP3) text box.
465in the Outgoing Server (SMTP) text box.
After you finish, click OK. Your Microsoft Outlook account will now successfully connect to your cPanel server’s mail services.
We created two scripts that will automatically perform the actions that this document describes. To use these scrtps, perform the following steps:
install-kb.ps1file with a text editor and add the following information: Click to view…
tls-reg-edit.ps1file with a text editor and add the following information: Click to view…
Process ; .\install
Process ; .\tls