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Accessing SSL Certs on a linux (redhat) shared server

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Hi,

Is it possible to transfer SSL certs from a shared server (redhat linux) to a new server (with full access)? If so what kind of steps are needed?

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Suzy
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simply copy the keys and certs
If the cert contains an IP, or if it contains a ddifferent domain name, then all clients get a warning for obvious reason.
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