Configure SSL for Citrix Server

I am having problems configuring SSL for my Citrix server.  I just bought a wildcard certificate from godaddy.com.  Configured all my other sites, but can't configure the Citrix box.  The Citrix server is its own box. I can apply the ssl certificate in IIS just fine, but then I can't get a page to come up when i type https://mycitrixserver.domainname.com.  My Citrix SSL Relay Configuration is screwed up "Relay configuration data are not complete.  Default values have been loaded.  Use the application OK or Apply buttons to save these values".

So im stuck, any ideas???
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jhoop2002Asked:
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northcideCommented:
i'm not very familiar with citrix, however you might want to start with this program to see if there are any problems with ssl on the box that have nothing at all to do with citrix - http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=cabea1d0-5a10-41bc-83d4-06c814265282&displaylang=en

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chrisnewman01Commented:
Have you considered using Citrix CSG 3.0 with Web Interface (formerly NFuse)?  
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jhoop2002Author Commented:
I did not have the correct private key for my certificate.  I made the initial request to go daddy on another machine so my citrix box didn't have the private key.  After running the SSLDiag.msi tool I noticed that.  Exported the certificate with private key and imported to another box.  Now it works
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chrisnewman01Commented:
Also with CSG and Web Interface, you can remotely access multiple Citrix servers over 1 IP address AND have these services on a server that ISN'T a Citrix server.  If you're sticking with SSLRelay, have you ran Windows update to get the latest cert update on your workstations (and servers)?  Did you go with the expensive Godaddy cert or the lower one?  The lower one may be an intermediate cert if so...  
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chrisnewman01Commented:
Glad you got it working.  Thanks for the update!
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