The SSL session not set for reuse connect error 2 is one of the most common SSL errors that you may face.
This error displays as SSL Session Exists. Aborting SSL negotiation in Chrome.
This error can prevent you from visiting certain websites or accessing any secured resources.
- The SSL Session not set for reuse error 2 might be caused by an expired certificate.
- The SSL_Session_Not_Set_For_Reuse error 2 is also caused by an outdated driver.
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Disable SSL encryption
- Open your IIS Manager or IIS 7.0 Manager
Go to “Sites”
Right-click the “Default Web Site”
Go to the “Server Certificates” tab
Click “Disable SSL”
Use IIS 7.0
- Start IIS Manager > Right click on Default Website > select Properties
- Go to the Security tab > select Edit
Run the RESET command
- First, open the Run accessory by right-clicking on the taskbar and selecting Run.
- Input â€ ̃cmd’ on the Open box and click OK to open the Command prompt utility.
- Then type or paste the â€ ̃rstrui’ command and press the Return key.
- Press the Enter key to run rstrui, which will reset the ssl session.
Increase the .NET Framework version
- To set the .NET Framework version, open Control Panel->Programs->Programs and Features.
- Under Apps, click Turn Windows features on or off.
- Under the .NET Framework version, select .NET Framework 4.8.2 or higher.
- Reboot the computer.
Scan & Repair your PC
- Download and install the free ESET Online Scanner
- Launch it
- Select your country
- Let it scan for rootkits and other malware
- Reboot the PC
Reset your Internet Connection
- If you are using a wireless connection, try to disconnect and reconnect with a different network.
- If you are using a wired connection, change the cables, and then reconnect. You could also try plugging the modem to a different port.
- Restart your PC
Restarting the modem and PC can resolve the SSL session not set issue.
- Try connecting using a different browser
Try connecting using a different browser.
Verify your IP
- Before proceeding, you’ll need to make sure that your IP is not blacklisted or listed in a similar database.
- One way you can do this is by running a DNS lookup of your IP address.
- To do that, enter â€ ̃nslookup’ in the Run search box.
- Click the result for the â€ ̃nslookup’ utility.
- Enter your IP address and click Enter.
- Click Yes at the prompt asking you to trust the search.
- If the IP address is verified, click OK.
- Update the OpenSSL library
OpenSSL libraries are frequently updated. To check if yours is outdated, enter â€ ̃openssl’ in the Run search box.
- Click the first result for OpenSSL.
- Click Open File.
- Click Save.
- Then double-click the OpenSSL file you downloaded.
- Next, click Yes at the prompt asking for permission to run.
- Press the Install button.
- Click Close on the message box.
- Restart Windows on completion of the installation.