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GoDaddy cert Cisco ASA

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I have followed this document generating a CSR from the ASA to paste on godaddy. I received 2 files back the gd_bundle-g2-g1crt, and bignumber.crt. I tried to copy and paste the the base64 PEM  CA  under CA Certificates in the ASDM but it keeps failing to import with %Error in saving certificate: status = FAIL.
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by:Pete Long
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Mmmm Follow my instructions here.............

Cisco ASA 5500 - Using a Third Party Digital Certificate


PL
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by:djcminuz
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Pete, I still keep getting the Error saving certificate: stat = FAIL.
Fingerprint: some long number
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by:djcminuz
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Upon contacting Godaddy, they told me to just open the gd_bundle-g2-g1.crt file and copy into ASA only the last installed for RootCA cert. Now when I go to install the web cert I get failed to parse or verify imported cert.
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by:Pete Long
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Even if you open the file in notepad, and copy/paste it in in PIM format?
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by:djcminuz
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Yea Pete, its strange, talking with godaddy they said I may have to re-key and downgrade to a sha1 because it probably doesn't like it. Still at the drawing board will post success when I find it.
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I had rekey the cert and do sha1 instead of sha2
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by:djcminuz
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GoDaddy had me rekey the cert from sha256 to sha1, and took
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by:Tom-J-Lael
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@Petelong,

should the SHA-2 SSL work with ASA 8.3(1)
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