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I've created my SSL certificate in AWS.  Now how do I download the certificate so I can upload it and install in in cpanel?  I'm in the AWS console and in the certificate manager, but don't show any option to do this.
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What options are available to in the interface, are you able to export the certificate/private key.  Are you using the

See if amazon's docs are helpful.
http://docs.aws.amazon.com/acm/latest/userguide/acm-concepts.html

Within the Cpanel, check whether the certificate available there?
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No option to export it anywhere.  

No not available in cpanel b/c I have not uploaded it yet as I have no file.
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Hcheck the aws docs, usually, items purchased in one should flow through and be available in the other.

Have you opened a support ticket with Aws on this issue. Is the certificate you purchased, matches the host you have!
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Did you create this in the AWS Certificate Manager (ACM)? If you did these certificates are only available to use in AWS on AWS resources. The last time I checked the only support AWS resources were ELB's and CloudFront.
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Yes I created them in AWS Certificate manager.  But the server I want it on is an aws server just running cpanel/whm.
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Check within Cpanel the process of getting a cert, should be initiated thee.  You will get your issue resolved quicker by checking with support.
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OK, If you're using ACM then look to https://docs.aws.amazon.com/acm/latest/userguide/acm-services.html. Even though the server is an AWS server I don't think you can use an ACM certificate on it. It is quite a limited service and I've only ever been able to use it on an ELB. Others have asked similar questions on the AWS ACM forums too.

https://forums.aws.amazon.com/thread.jspa?threadID=236571&tstart=0
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