To set up PowerShell remoting to use the HTTPS protocol, deploy an SSL certificate to the remote server.
To acquire an SSL certificate, first generate a self-signed certificate. There are two purposes for using SSL certificates with PowerShell remoting:
Encrypting traffic between client and server
Verifying server identity (CN check)
The following are the methods to generate a self-signed SSL certificate:
In all these methods, replace HOSTNAME with either the remote server host name or the IP address to be used to connect to that server; for example, srv1.mycompany.com or 184.108.40.206.
Ensure that your setup meets the following requirements when generating an SSL certificate to use with PowerShell remoting:
Set the Certificate Enhanced Key Usage (EKU) "Server Authentication" (OID=220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.1).
Set the Certificate Subject to "CN=HOSTNAME".
In all these methods, an SSL certificate in PKCS12 format (PFX file) without a password is generated.