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my CSG certificate expired and am having quite a time renewing, I currently manage my own certificates using windows CA.  after I create, and bring back in, the CSG does not see the certficate, even after I go in and add to the certificate add/in, what am I doing wrong?
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by:Sekar Chinnakannu
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by:dwaynem2345
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doesnt seem to be still seeing newly created certificate
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by:Sekar Chinnakannu
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can you try to regenerate the certificate and give a try
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by:Dirk Kotte
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be sure you install the certificate at the "computer" rather than "user" level.
Doubleclick the certificate don't work mostly.
Open the certificates-mmc; select "local computer" , ceck "my certificates".
if your certificate is missing use "other tasks- import" to import your cert here.
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by:dwaynem2345
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I will make sure that's the case...
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Did that again..now I get ssl error 86 instead..tried reloading cert on pc..some reason I still think its the certificate coming out of csg
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yes, the cert should came from the CSG.
You are able to select the cert with the CSG wizard now?
If you select the cert within the wizard you see the little key at the corner an "you have the private key"?

ssl error 86 are at the client I think?
check (and repair) the certificate chain at the client:
http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX130048

last time I often use free startcom certificates. no big hassle and never certificate-problems at the clients :-)
http://www.startssl.com/
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This worked perfect...thank you
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