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Changing SSL Certificate on IIS

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We currently have an SSL-secured OWA site at mail.domain.com. For technical reasons, we decided to change our OWA page to webmail.domain.com. The DNS side of things have been handled, and I am about to place an order for a new SSL certificate from a trusted certificate authority. My question is: Will trying to generate another SSL certificate request for the default website cause disruption to the current service by disabling the current certificate? I want the certificate for mail.domain.com to be available until I receive the new certificate and replace the existing one. Thank you
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