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sbs2003 to sbs2011 dont see imported certificate

Posted on 2013-01-13
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I'm in the process of migrating from sbs2003 to sbs2011. I'm at the point were i'm moving the publuic certificate. I expoeted from the sbs2k3 server and imported to sbs2k11.

I tried verifying that its using the certifcate by following the guide and adding the certificate to the local machine but i'm not seeing it listed.

It says to double check that the internet address (i assume public) is the same as the original server and it is. I've check my soniwall and repoited al 443 rules from the old server to the new. Any Ideas?

Thanks.
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Cliff Galiher earned 500 total points
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You have to export WITH the private key. Honestly though, I wouldn't bother. It gets messy trying to get the new cert everywhere it should go.

I find it easier and better to use the SBS certificate wizard to generate a new CSR and then perform a rekey at the certificate issuer. Rekeying is free, keeps the private hey on the new machine only, and the SBS wizard gets the new cert into all of the nooks and crannies it needs to go to.
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i did export with private key
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