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Problem in binding SSL cert to 2012 WServer.

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Jon DavidsonFlag for United States of America asked on
SSL / HTTPS* ssl cert
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Binding new SSL certificate to WServer 2012 problem.
I built the request per:
https://www.digicert.com/util/csr-creation-microsoft-servers-using-digicert-utility.htm.  Handed the request off to our infrastructure team where they purchased the new SSL.  The Team has sent me the new SSL certificates where I renamed appropriately from a .txt extension to a .cer externsion.

I have two test servers (and two prod servers)I need to update the SSL certificates for.   I have followed the steps outlined in this document for installing the SSL certificate:
https://support.comodo.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/1159/37/certificate-installation-microsoft-iis-8x


I can see on the server IIS where the certificate has been updated to 10/9/2020 in the Server Certificates; however, if I look under the padlock on the client's URL, the expiry date is still set for:  10/24/2018.  How do I propagate this out to the client?  This is the first time I've done this, and I have four 2012 servers to update ASAP.  Any guidance would be appreciated.
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