A fatal error occurred while creating an SSL client credential. The internal error state is 10013.

A fatal error occurred while creating an SSL client credential. The internal error state is 10013.

The event log shows that the issue is with Schannel. You need to enable a local security policy on the system showing this error log in event logs.

Please follow the under given steps:

Go to start menu of windows server and click Administrative Tools, and then open Local Security Policy.

In Local Security policy go to local Policies. Expand local policies and go to  Security Options. Click on Security Options and go to options pane in the right side.

Double-click System cryptography: Use FIPS compliant algorithms for encryption, hashing, and signing, and then click Enabled.

Open a command prompt and run the under given command to apply the updated group policies

[themify_quote]gpupdate /force[/themify_quote]

Use FIPS compliant algorithms for encryptionOnce you are done with the modifications, the error will vanished from your server. Be careful if you are using it on your production system. The application installed and configured in your production system might stop working. Before making this change make sure your applications support this configuration. If you face any problem after making this change, just revert it back and restart your server. We strongly recommend that you implement this change on a beta or staging server to make sure your application is not malfunctioning due to this change. Once you are confident that your application is working fine after this change then you can implement it on your production server.

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