Oh, and P.S.
If you are using XCWW only on your IIS server, it's recommended to disable the IIS default document due to a known security vulnerability.
Thanks for this info - I have now done so (it's done via SSL settings in the IIS I'm using, not Bindings), and apart from yet having to figure out all the certificate stuff, I find that notification emails re printer status still include the URL for the printer as http.
Any idea how to change that? I have looked in the web interface, but no joy in finding anything to do with this.
CentreWare Web does support SSL. All you need to do is go into IIS Management, drill down to the Default Web Site and click on Bindings... in the Actions pane. In the site binding window, make sure that https is there and remove http. Once you make this change, you will need to make sure that the URL you use to access CWW starts with https, like this - https://servername/centrewareweb or https://IPAdress/centrewareweb
I was only able to find the same information that there are no known problems installing CentreWare Web (CWW) to an IIS server running Secure Sockets Layer (SSL.... I would recommend contacting your local Xerox Support Department to speak with a Product Specialist for more assistance. Please call 1-800-821-2797.
Trying to pull some info for my manager; we currently have Centreware Web installed on a Windows 2016 server environment, and wondering if it supports SSL encryption for the CWW portal? We are having to comply with security standards and want to encrypt the connection. If it does, is there any documentation for implementing this change? Everything I've searched for has only related to using CWW to install SSL on a printer, we are trying to get CWW itself running with encryption using a provided SSL certificate.