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ISA 2004 can not see SSL certificate

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My SBS 2003 server was running fine without isa 2004. I was using a SSL certificate in IIS. I loaded ISA 2004 and the "Connect to the Internet" wizard ran. It loaded a cert that was not the commercial one I had bought. Now I could add the commercial cert back in to IIS and if I open the certificate console I can see it listed under the personal section. But ISA 2004 cannot see the commercial certificate. Any help much appreciated>
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Philip Elder earned 250 total points
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You need to follow this:
http://blog.mpecsinc.ca/2008/08/sbs-2k3-premium-configuring-ssl.html
Wildcard and standard SSL certificates are set up in the same way on SBS 2003 and ISA 2004.

Philip
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