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SSL and IIS on Windows 2000 - Stopped working all of the sudden

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I have an SSL certificate on Windows 2000 Server with IIS running a single website.  The SSL certificate has been working perfectly for months, but all of the sudden the certificate stopped working and now I get a "Page can not be displayed" error any time I run any page on the site using https.

I have checked to see if the certificate expired, and don't think it has. Unfortunately, I don't know that much about SSL so I need some help!

ANy suggestions are appreciated!
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Also see: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=813444

You might also try this:

Click Start->Run>Notepad "%systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc\hosts

Add the following line
0.0.0.0          crl.verisign.com

Click File/Save

You may need to reboot ...


A new root certificate: https://getca.verisign.com/update.html
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