With new SSL Certificate installed users connect to the wrong site

I have a server running Windows Server 2003. I had a ssl certificate that was shared with 3 sites. It worked fine. I added a new site to the certificate because it can share 5 sites. It appears that any user that had connected before the I added the new site works fine. But any user that is connecting to the site for the first time connects to the wrong site. Can anyone help?

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Install the SSL certificate on the domain


Also can be clear . Is it on one machine u have the SSL certificate access Issue .

Clear the SSL certificate cache . Reboot the machine and try
whiwexAuthor Commented:
I purchased the certificate from Go Daddy its suppose to allow 5 sites to share it.
I had 3 site using it and working fine for a year. I added another site to the certificate last week. I thought it was working fine until someone who never connected to one of the sites tried to connect and they connected to the wrong site. All the computers that I have access to work fine because they have accessed the site before. It looks like just first time users.
I am using IIS6
Sanjay SantokiCommented:

Issue more likely related to IIS binding rather than certificate. It would be good if you can share screenshots so that I can make further comment.

Sanjay Santoki

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whiwexAuthor Commented:
I think you are right because i had a very hard time binding these at the command prompt.
I ca't look at this until the week so I will update then. Thanks
Sanjay SantokiCommented:
No problem... take your time.
whiwexAuthor Commented:
I will check this to night
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