Workflow Manager Configuration Issue Windows Server 2012 R2 / SQL 2014

Hello All,
Environment:  SharePoint 2013 Enterprise with SP1
Farm consists of
 2 App Server, 2 Web Server and 2 SQL Servers all the server have Windows 2012 R2 
OS .  The SQL backend is SQL Server 2014
Installed Workflow manager on the Web server, the configuration ran fine without any errors. Trying to browse the workflow management site via IIS Manager encountered Certificate Error clicked Continue to this website which gives a HTTP 403 Forbidden and
following detail message
This error (HTTP 403 Forbidden) means that Internet Explorer was able to connect to the website, but it does not have permission to view the webpage.
Checked the web site Workflow Management Site in the IIS manager which has only one folder bin . I was not able to submit the Screenshot
I have installed the latest patch for the Workflow manager and the Service Bus
Question I have
Should there be more folder under the Workflow Management Site.
Why is the Web site not showing the web page
Is workflow manager supported for Windows Server 2012 R2 and SQL 2014

Hi Dhanraj,
I captured the screenshot from my IIS Manager on workflow server. There is only bin folder under Workflow Management site
If I browser workflow host uri from IIS Manager
https://localhost:12290, I received certification error, and I chose the continue to this website, it returned me as follow:
From the link: It is supported on Windows Server 2012 r2 if you have install latest update.
Here is an article which talks about error:
In addition, here is the reference for troubleshooting workflow manager 1.0 management:
You could also open SharePoint Designer 2013 and see if you could create a workflow on platform 2013.
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