When I access the site as http://localhost:26049, the site runs fine. If I try to access the site with https://localhost:44319, I get page not found.
This is my project properties:
This is from my IISExpress application config:
<site name="MVC Authentication" id="2">
<application path="/" applicationPool="Clr4IntegratedAppPool">
<virtualDirectory path="/" physicalPath="F:\Projects\MySite\Test" />
<binding protocol="https" bindingInformation="*:44319:localhost" />
<binding protocol="http" bindingInformation="*:26049:localhost" />
Got solution from this post. Had to delete all localhost certificates and repair IIS Express. Thanks @ShaTin
Make sure to remove any previous 'localhost' certificates as those could conflict with the one generated by IIS Express. I had this same error (ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR), and it took me many hours to finally figure it out after trying out many many "solutions". My mistake was that I had created my own 'localhost' certificate and there were two of them. I had to delete both and have IIS Express recreate it.
Here is how you can check for and remove 'localhost' certificate:
On Start, type -> mmc.exe, File -> Add/Remove Snap-in..., Select Certificates -> Add> -> Computer account -> Local computer, Check under Certificates > Personal > Certificates. Make sure the localhost certificate that exist has a friendly name "IIS Express Development Certificate". If not, delete it. Or if multiple, delete all. On Visual Studio, select project and under property tab, enable SSL=true. Save, Build and Run. IIS Express will generate a new 'localhost' certificate.
Note: If it doesn't work, try these: make sure to disable IIS Express on VS project and stopping all running app on it prior to removing 'localhost' certificate. Also, you can go to 'control panel > programs' and Repair IIS Express.