We use a Godaddy SSL certificate for the Exchange server connection on an SBS 2003 server.
This expires tomorrow so I just purchased a new certificate from them, so I have ran the IIS Certificate Wizard in 2003, and have come to the screen where it asks whether I want to renew, remove, replace, export or copy the certificate and I would ideally like to renew to avoid any break in service but I have a sneaking suspicion it may not be that easy and will not present the CSR Godaddy need.
Last Godaddy SSL I renewed I had a problem because they had switched from 1024 to 2048-bit encryption, but that was on an SBS 2008 server, where this is for 2003.
I chose not to automatically renew with Godaddy and simply selected the SSL at the special price (which has been around as long as I can remember) before logging in. I get annoyed when other companies give new customers a better deal than loyal ones but Godaddy's 400% increase to renew really IS the daddy.
Thanks for any advice.