Adding SSL certificate to Apache

Hi Experts,

OK i'm very very new to SSL certificates but here goes.

We have a wildcard certificate with an SSL provider (startssl) and I want to place this on my apache server.

I already have what I think is the full key called my-domain.pfx (I was told I could use the openssl command to extract the private / public keys from this?)

On my apache server at present I went through a userguide on how to install a self signed cert and i ended up with 2 files; ssl.crt and ssl.key

My question is how can I get the same 2 files from my file mydomain.pfx

Many thanks !
Shaun
deepslalliAsked:
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torakeshbConnect With a Mentor Commented:
This blog will help you with step by step instructions.

http://fixmyitsystem.com/2011/03/how-to-export-and-convert-windows-pfx.html
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deepslalliAuthor Commented:
Absolutely spot on !! Perfect ! thank you very much indeed !
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deepslalliAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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VERY good post followed it and worked spot on
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Time spend on searching the right answer for the question posted. 0 points is not rewarding
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deepslalliAuthor Commented:
Unsure what this means, but I want to give full credit to the user for finding this link for me, it sorted my problem out.
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deepslalliAuthor Commented:
Perfect Solution
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