How to Setup Secure (https) EP Site

1. Install IIS,,WSS 3.0 SP1 ( or MOSS 2007 SP1 ), Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 and the all the pre-requisites
2. Install Enterprise Portal on some IIS Web site ( This will not be used later for SSL. This is required just to deploy EP files initially.)Do not create EP site during first time EP install. Uncheck Create Web Site option. This step is needed, since Ax 2009 EP setup does not install on https directly. Later we will create the actual IIS Web site and deploy EP from Ax Client.
3. Create an IIS Web Site. Set the SSL port. ( Fig 1)
4. Create a New web application with SharePoint and use the existing web site created in the previous step. Select secure option  while creating the web application
5. From Ax Client on the Web Server , go to Administration > Setup > Internet > Enterprise Portal > Manage Deployments and  Deploy EP on  the IIS Web site created above by checking the checkbox of the server
6.  Create a certificate (should be valid name, date and trust)
7. Open the properties of web site in IIS ( the one you have created in step 1)
8.  Switch to Directory Security tab and Click on Server Certficates
9.  Import the certificate file you have
10. Do an IISReset
11. create the EP site from  Web Sites form in AX Client or from SharePoint Central Administration tool

 For your non production environment to test out SSL, you could use SelfSSL utility that comes in IIS resource kit
SelfSSL version 1.0
SelfSSL (SelfSSL.exe) can help you generate and install a self-signed SSL certificate. Because the SelfSSL tool generates a self-signed certificate that does not originate from a trusted source, use the SelfSSL tool only in the following scenarios:
• When you have to create a security-enhanced private channel between your server and a limited, known group of users
• When you have to troubleshoot third-party certificate problems
In this case, instead of steps 6 to 9, you could use Self SSL option as specified in Fig 3.

Fig 1 – IIS Web Site Creation and setting SSL Port

Fig 2 – Security Configuration in SharePoint Web Application Creation

Fig 3 – SelfSSL options