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Plesk linux SSL export priviate key for exchange

Posted on 2012-04-08
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I am trying to export my priviate key form plesk to inport it into exchange so i can use my wildcard ssl
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Could you please elaborate your question? Are you facing any difficulty? Any error message?
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when i try to inport it into exchange im getting privie key is missing
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GOt the job done
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