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Exchange 2010, SSL, what to do with the req file and how to get a cer

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My in-house exchange 2010 cert expired.  So, I have created a new *.req file.  It's on my network drive.

I have a CA.  I need a cer file to finish the process and for the life of google I can't find out how to do it.

I do not want to use powershell

How do I get this req converted to a cer so I can finish the process?

i need you to spell it out for me too...draw me pictures.

thanks

cliff
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