SSL Certifictae Problem

Posted on 2009-12-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-08

I rceived a certificate from GoDaddy yesterday for my company webmail but I can not get it to work.  I imported the gd_iis_intermediates i received as shown by the instructions,  I then tried to run the Internet and Email wizard on SBS2003 and tried to use the certificate I received but it errored saying I have no pending requests.

I believe that whilst testing I cancelled the pending request I had used to send to GoDaddy.  Is there a way I can install this certificate?

Thanks for your help
Question by:blackadder999
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    by:Ady Foot
    Hi there Blackadder,

    Try the steps in this link:!BDC5D8CC9BEA292B!1121.entry?wa=wsignin1.0&sa=344711435


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    You can generate a new request in IIS, then log in to you GoDaddy account and in your cetificates area there is the option to rekey your certificate, this basically lets you start again with your new CSR
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    Thanks for all your help guys.  Beechy was spot on and it's working ok now - pretty easy in the end!  Thanks again.

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