move a cert from sbs 2003 server to sbs 2008 server.

Posted on 2010-03-26
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I need to move a cert from sbs 2003 server to sbs 2008 server. This is a signed verisign cert we purchased last year. (expires 2012)

Using Microsofts instructions, I exported the cert from the personal store on 2003 server and imported into personal store on 2008 server. It appears to be fine but it's still not showing up when I use the sbs 2008 "add a trusted cert" wizard.

Any ideas?

Question by:someonenamedbrendan

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If it's a server certificate, shouldn't it be imported into the Computer store and not the personal store?

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someonenamedbrendan earned 0 total points
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Fixed it myself...

apparently just because the cert doesn't show up when using the add a trusted cert wizard, it doesn't stop you from going into iis directly and selecting that cert for use on that websites 443 port.

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