SSL and IIS- Certificates saying they are self signed/mismatched

I bought a wildcard SSL certificate from Godaddy and I'm attempting to import it into iis.
The certificate is already installed and working on other iis servers.
When I visit the page in IE tells me that:

The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority.

The security certificate presented by this website was issued for a different website's address.

-I imported the intermediate certificate into the intermediate certificate store in Server 2008

-I did a "complete certificate request" in IIS 7. If I view the certificate in IIS the path looks like this: GoDaddy Class 2 Certification Authority->GoDaddy Root Certificate Authority-G2 -> GoDaddy Secure Certificate Authority-G2 ->*.mycompany.ca

-I added the https binding to my website

I checked https://www.sslshopper.com
I get the following errors:

"The certificate is self-signed. Users will receive a warning when accessing this site unless the certificate is manually added as a trusted certificate to their web browser. You can fix this error by buying a trusted SSL certificate


 
None of the common names in the certificate match the name that was entered (primary-callout.mycompany.ca). You may receive an error when accessing this site in a web browser. Learn more about name mismatch errors. "

I really have no idea what could be wrong. I've done this before for other servers with the exact same certificate, following the instructions that GoDaddy provides for installing a certificate.

Can anyone help?
Chris BettsAsked:
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PerarduaadastraCommented:
GoDaddy has certificate installation instructions for different versions of of IIS, and it's important to follow the set pertaining to the version of IIS running on the target server.

The exception to this is if the target server is a flavour of SBS; if this is the case then you must use the SBS certificate import wizard.
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Chris BettsAuthor Commented:
It's iis7 and server 2008r2 I'm dealing with. I followed the godaddy directions for installing to iis 7
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PerarduaadastraCommented:
Because the certificate being presented is self-signed, it follows that it isn't the one you thought you'd imported. This in turn suggests that the import procedure has failed for some unknown reason, or that an incorrect procedure was used.

Perhaps someone more knowledgeable than I will be able to shed more light on this.
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Chris BettsAuthor Commented:
I found that it was an issue on my firewall where SSL wasn't being redirected properly.
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Chris BettsAuthor Commented:
It wasn't an issue with IIS or certificates, it was a problem on my firewall.
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