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Installing GoDaddy Certificates on a SBS2011 server

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Hi,

Ive recently purchased a godaddy ssl certificate for our SBS2011 server but Im unsure how to install them. Any assistance with this would be greatly appreciated. I followed these instructions https://support.quovadisglobal.com/kb/a431/how-do-i-install-an-ssl-certificate-into-microsoft-small-business-server-2011.aspx but Im afraid my expertise doesnt stretch far enough to understand.

When I purchased the certificate with the help of a godaddy representative, I got a zip file with two files in, one is a .p7b file whilst the other one is .crt. Im guess these need to be installed via the MMC Console/Certificates snap in but again, I dont know which one goes where?

I need to get this done so my users stop seeing certificate errors when logging into Outlook locally and to allow my smart phone users to pickup there emails (they havent been able to pick up emails on their phones since the last certificate expired).

Thanks in advance.
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GoDaddy provided you with the proper link, right? It's here: https://nl.godaddy.com/help/exchange-server-2010-install-a-certificate-5863

The procedure is slightly more lengthy than usual, as GoDaddy uses an intermediate certificate. Maybe their explanation is slightly easier to read. Overall, on first glance, it is almost identical to the page you already provided though.
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