SSL Cert for both Exchange 2013 and RDS

After installing a Windows 2008r2 server which I configured with Exchange 2013, I installed an SSL GoDaddy certificate.
I have a second server which I will use for Remote Desktop Services on which I would like to install the Exchange certificate.
Unfortunately I don’t know the procedure to export the SSL cert from the Exchange server for the RDS.
Would someone have an explanation for this procedure of exporting and importing? Thanks in advance.
geneva2001Asked:
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becraigCommented:
On the Exchange server:
go to
Winkey + r
mmc.exe
Add remove snap in
Certificates
Local Computer
Expand personal
Look for your certificate on the right
Right click and export
BE SURE TO EXPORT PRIVATE KEY
Enter a password and path etc
Complete the Wizard


On the RDS server
Winkey + r
mmc.exe
Add remove snap in
Certificates
Local Computer
Expand personal
Right click
Import
Point to the file you just created
Complete the wizard
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Seth SimmonsSr. Systems AdministratorCommented:
these 2 articles should help with exporting and importing

Export-ExchangeCertificate
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996305(v=exchg.150).aspx

Import a Certificate into Remote Desktop Gateway Server
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732886.aspx
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geneva2001Author Commented:
Thanks for both your answers, that was quick. Will let you know on Monday as we're moving a client's server this weekend and wont be able to access the other server until than.
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geneva2001Author Commented:
A big thank you for your solutions. Worked out great. Thanks for your quick replies.
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geneva2001Author Commented:
Actually we used the first solution and it worked out great. Best regards, Geneva2001
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