"you have a private key that corresponds to the certificate" is missing in IIS 5.0

We are trying to renew the certificate at Microsoft-IIS/5.0 IIS Server Version 5.0 using following steps.

1. We have certificate file .p7b and .cer
2. Install certificate using Microsoft Management Console (MMC) at IIS Server.
3. Replace the current certificate by new certificate using Wizard

After the replace with new certificate ; this is not working for the application. Please find below snapshot of view certificate at IIS server.
Note : The difference in both certificates are only not showing message "you have a private key that corresponds to the certificate" in the new certificate.
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Sounds like your certificate Providers process for giving you an updated certificate is flawed. They probably didn't properly process the CSR (certificate request file) you sent them.  I see this often with web based, automated certificate services. So much so that I just get a new certificate every year (or whenever the expiry comes) as the 5-10% savings in going the 'renewal' route and potential for screwup isn't worth the hassle.
I'd suggest just creating a new certificate request in IIS, submitting that as a new certificate request to your provider (some are super cheap these days, like $15/year, so what is your time worth - especially if you don't need uber-validation and just want the HTTPS encryption) and then get the clean, proper response file from them and apply that to your site.  Easy, simple, works every time.
You won't be able to 'fix' the file they sent you (though maybe they can re-issue or give you a refund) as it is effectively a math calculation for the response that has to be perfect and can't be faked.

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