UCC SSL certificate

Hi, I have added a subject alternative name (autodiscover.domainname.com)to a  Godaddy UCC certificate for sbs2008. I installed the original certificate via the certificate request wizard. As I already have a certificate installed and this is a change how do I install the altered certificate to the server?
Stev0WIT CONTRACTORAsked:
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AkhaterConnect With a Mentor Commented:
You cannot, you need to rekey the certificate. That means get another csr from the exhange server with the sans and issue a new certificate from godaddy (rekey), it is free of cjarge, and the complete the cettificate request inexchange as you did the first time
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JamesSenior Cloud Infrastructure EngineerCommented:
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Stev0WIT CONTRACTORAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the reply. I was just reading previous posts on the same subject. The link doesn't really refer to my problem as I already have an installed UCC certificate, but made changes by adding a subject alternative name via the Godaddy website.
I should have re-run the request certificate wizard from the server first. Looks like I will have to go back to Godady and rekey the request and get a new certificate. Then complete the 2nd part of the wizard on the server.
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AkhaterCommented:
Yes this is exactly what i said :)
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Stev0WIT CONTRACTORAuthor Commented:
Sorry Akhater, as I hit submit your comment came in which I have awarded the points to.

Thanks to both of you
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AkhaterCommented:
not at all :)

thank you for the points
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