Certificate Error - Mismatched Address - How to fix

I copied an entire web site I developed to a new project that is very similar.  They are both hosted on the same, our own, internal web server (Windows Server 2003).  I've been working on the new version for a few weeks, but just got this error when I started working on this page I hadn't worked on yet.  On the original site this was the only page that required SSL.

What is the correct way to fix this on the new (csp.wf1broward.com) site?  I'm not sure how to acquire and install a new certificate.  Also, I may not need one for this site as it may not have to be on an SSL.
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If it doesnt need to have SSL then you can turn it off in the web app and IIS otherwise you will have to purchase a new certificate, there are various resellers on the web with different price points for different needs.

Here is an example of how to install a certificate.



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megninAuthor Commented:
The first link had no information.
The second was informative but not helpful.
The third was no help.

Thanks though.
megninAuthor Commented:
Thanks.  Just what I needed.
megninAuthor Commented:
Thanks.  That will do.  Just what I needed.
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