Windows Admin Center: Revert "Use WinRM over HTTPS only" setting

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We just upgraded our Windows Admin Center install and I accidentally checked the "Use WinRM over HTTPS only" setting during the update / prior to configuring our hosts for that feature.  We want to use this, but need more time to troubleshoot roll-out.


Is there a line command or anything that will allow me to undo that setting?  I know if I run setup again I can (for example) change SSL thumbprint, but that setting to "Use WinRM over HTTPS only" is not available in setup again for toggling.





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best response confirmed by tbwork (New Contributor)

@tbworkI realize this was answered already however I would say you should use WinRM over HTTPS anyway rather than uninstall and reinstall to revert it. For anyone else that comes across this answer through Google I put together a video detailing how to set WinRM over HTTPS which is easier to do than it may sound. I cover the certificates, commands, and group policy settings. I could not find any centralized source for this info so I made one.

The YouTube video is at the below site. The below site also lists the GPO settings if that is all you need or if you speak a different language and need to simply copy and paste.

@tobor88 I 100% agree with you - the limiting factor was learning how to do this safely and effectively, and as you said the documentation available out there to date was limited.  Thanks so much for sharing your tutorial!  It's now in my queue to work on! :D

@tbworkNo problem. If you end up having questions or whatever about set up I am happy to answer whatever questions I can.

@tobor88 Thank you, it's in my queue also.