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If you are Sitecore developer implementing Solr as a Search provider for Sitecore 9, you are required to have all communications between Sitecore and Solr to be secure. (It’s not a bad idea to secure earlier versions as well). The following is a quick guide to enabling SSL on Solr in a Windows 10 development environment.
Create a self-signed certificate using the following command:
New-SelfSignedCertificate -CertStoreLocation cert:\LocalMachine\My -DnsName "localhost", "127.0.0.1" -FriendlyName "SolrCert" -NotAfter (Get-Date).AddYears(10)
In a text editor, open the C:\apache\solr-x.x.x\bin\solr.in.cmd file and uncomment the following section:
REM Uncomment to set SSL-related system properties
REM Be sure to update the paths to the correct keystore for your environment
Change the following values (for this example, the PFX file is located at C:\apache\solr_ssl_cert.pfx, and the password is "secret" as set on step 6c):
Test the Solr installation by running the following command in the Command Prompt:
C:\apache\solr-x.x.x\bin\solr.cmd start -f -p 8984