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Hi, I am running SBS 2003 with Exchange.  I currently have a SSL certificate installed on the default website in IIS.  This cert will expire soon.  I purchased a new cert from Global Sign.  I put the new SSL cert on the server but when I  run the wizard I do not see the new cert as one of my options to install.  Where should I put the new SSL cert so it will appear in the wizard for installation?  Please advise.

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Hi,

for renewal or reinstall you must generate the code and send to the CA. they will sign and send back the cert. that cart can be installed on the domain from the IIS Manager.

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Hi dineesh, I have the SSL cert already but when I run the wizard to install I do not see ther cert.  Where should I put it on my server?  Thanks!
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