Setup Godaddy certificate for LDAP SSL 2008R2

Posted on 2012-09-21
Last Modified: 2012-10-24

Has anybody used a Godaddy certificate to import into a 2008R2 Server for LDAP SSL implementation? If so, do you have a step by step procedure to do this?

The DC's name is Would I just ask for a certificate for And then implement it per the below link?

Also, I'm implementing an Exchange 2010 Svr in the environment on a separate server and will be purchasing a UCC certificate, could I just add the to that certificate and use it on the 2008R2 DC2?
Question by:RFVDB
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    If you go to there site they have directions for all of the OSs
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    Basically you generate a request in iis and then use that request. You will need a separate certificate for the second server

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