A self-signed certificate it's very easy to create and helps on with local development and testing.
With a Single Line of PowerShell code we create a certificate.
First, open the
PowerShell as Administrator and run the following command:
The default expiration is 1 year. If you want a custom expiration date use option
That is it. Done!! The certificate was created and stored in our
Certificate Store of Windows.
Note the parameter "CertStoreLocation", this is where the cert will be stored. cert:\LocalMachine means Local Machine Cert store.
Now let's export it as a
.pfxfile into a local directory.
In the same PowerShell window run the following commands.
In my scenario, the cert name is rmauro.dev. Change it to yours.
Check the directory temp to find the certificate -
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