SSL Renewal/installation

Good morning,

We have recently renewed an SSL, I’m just wandering what will happen when the current SSL runs out,

We have already been issued the SSL and have completed the activation/installation via IIS,

So we currently have, in the SSL list, one that's about to expire and our new one,

Will the SSL automatically use the new version when it runs out?

Thanks,
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PenguinNCommented:
You have to replace your certificat with the new one.
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ZeelSolAuthor Commented:
And how would I do this?

Thanks,
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ZeelSolAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the reply,

The problem is, I have already installed the new SSL, the bindings will be the same as the SSL is for the same domain,
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MAS (MVE)EE Solution Guide - Technical Dept HeadCommented:
After installation of the new certificate access the site and check which certificate is active
by checking the thumbprint.

If installation is correct you will see the thumbprint of the new certificate.

If you see the old certificate thumbprint, that means your installation is not correct
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PenguinNCommented:
Oke but you can stil choose a certificat you can use or can't you?.

If the cewrtificat is already imported on the server It should jest be a case of selecting the certificate and click view for the details telling you with one is actively selected.
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ZeelSolAuthor Commented:
Ahh I see, you can select what SSL the site uses using the bindings,

Thanks for your help!
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