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How do I export certificates from openssl (apache) and import them into ISA 2004 for HTTPS to HTTPS bridging?

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We have an ISA 2004 Proxy Array and we use this to publish all our websites. We have a web server running OpenSSL on Apache (Linux) and we want to publish the secure site--the web server currently has a certificate installed. We need to export the certificate from Apache/OpenSSL and import it into ISA. I can't find directions on how to do with this with Apache/OpenSSL.
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openssl rsa -in CURRENT.CER -out EXPORT.CER

.cer may be .der or .pem instead....

If you are just looking for the public key (no private key), sub -in/-out with -pubin/-pubout
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The answer to this question is to use the following command:

openssl pkcs12 -export -in webmail.cer -inkey webmail.key -out webmail.p12
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