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Creating 2048 CSR in Xenapp 6

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I am attempting to enable external access for my xenapp 6 fundamentals. However, when i go through the wizard in quickstart to create the CSR, go daddy complains that the CSR isn't 2048 or 4096 key length. The external access wizard in quickstart doesn't even give me the ability to change the key length so how am I supposed to get around this? We are running Xenapp 6 Fundamentals on a windows 2008 r2 server. Thank you.
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I use the iis-manager for this task.  (possible you have to add this feature before)
Open the iis manager > highlight your server > open "ServerCertificate" at the middle column.
At the right side you now have "create Certificate-request"
This wizard allows you to select key length with 2048 bit or more.
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