Creating Self-Signed SSL Certificates with Subject Alternative Name and Install as Trusted Certificate
Using IIS's 'Create Self-Signed Certificate' tool no longer generates a certificate that can be fully trusted by Chrome when installed as a trusted certificate.Chrome 58 and later requires a certificate to have a subject alternative name. These steps walk through generating and installing a self-signed certificate that can be fully trusted by chrome.
Create Self-Signed Certificate with Subject Alternative Name
1. Install OpenSSL for Windows if not already installed.