GoDaddy (Multiple Domain) standard UCC SSL certificate error for MS Exchange 2007

We have two exchange server - mail0, mail2
I renewed SSL certificate on mail2 - it worked well
I tried to install SSL certificate on mail0 - Private Key Missing Error-
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Enable-ExchangeCertificate : The certificate with thumbprint 527F689C423796B404
6A751863AC7729DF621998 was found but is not valid for use with Exchange Server
(reason: PrivateKeyMissing).
At line:1 char:27
+ Enable-ExchangeCertificate <<<<  -Thumbprint 527F689C423796B4046A751863AC7729
DF621998 -services "IIS"
    + CategoryInfo          : NotSpecified: (:) [Enable-ExchangeCertificate],
   CertificateNotValidForExchangeException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : 90706490,Microsoft.Exchange.Management.SystemCon
   figurationTasks.EnableExchangeCertificate
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So my question is how to use Multiple Domain SSL certificate(SAN -Subject Alternative Names) to two physical exchange 2007 server.
When I request CSR using mail2 privet key, this certificate is working well with mail2 but it failed with mail0 because mail0 private key is missing.
If I request CSR using mail0 privet key, it is working with mail0 but it failed with mail2.
How can I include two private keys in CSR?

Thanks
colinhamAsked:
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becraigConnect With a Mentor Commented:
simply go to mmc.exe on the server that has the private key.
add remove snap-in
certificates
local computer

go to my - certificates- click on the certificate you want to export and click to export the private key - save to a .pfx file with password

then repeat the steps on server two but import instead of export and you are good to go.
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colinhamAuthor Commented:
Perfectly Working fine - Done
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