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Move SSL sertificate (Verisign)

Create a Certificate Snap-in in Microsoft Management Console (MMC)


https://knowledge.verisign.com/support/kb/index?page=content&primusGeneric=true&id=SO6127


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To create a Certificate Snap-in in the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) to manage your certificates, perform the follow steps: 



1.  From the Web server, click Start > Run

2.  In the text box, type mmc

3.  Click OK

4.  From the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) menu bar, select Console (in IIS 5.0) or  File (in IIS 6.0) > Add/Remove Snap-in

5.  Click Add

6.  From the list of snap-ins, select Certificates

7.  Click Add

8.  Select Computer account

9.  Click Next

10.  Select Local computer (the computer this console is running on) 

11.  Click Finish

12.  In the snap-in list window, click Close

13.  In the Add/Remove Snap-in window, click OK

14.  Save these console settings for future use





Re: Move SSL sertificate (Verisign)

http://www.verisign.co.uk/support/ssl-certificates-support/page_uk_en_dev019547.html


Microsoft IIS Version 6.0


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Import the Certificate



        
  1. Create a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in for managing certificates, as described in solution vs4224.

  2.     
  3. Open the Microsoft Management Console (MMC).

  4.     
  5. On the left pane, click Certificates.

  6.     
  7. On the right pane, double-click Personal.

  8.     
  9. On the right pane, right-click Certificates and select All Tasks > Import (this opens the Certificate Import Wizard). Click Next.

  10.     
  11. Browse to the certificate that you want to import and click Next.

  12.     
  13. Enter the password used to secure the certificate for export and then click OK.

  14.     
  15. To export the certificate again from this computer, select Mark the key as exportable. By default, the certificate is placed in the Personal certificate store. Keep this default selection and click Next.

  16.     
  17. Click Finish. A message confirms the successful import. Click OK.


Assign the Certificate



        
  1. Open the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager: Start > All Programs > Administrative Tools > Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.

  2.     
  3. In the Web Sites section, right-click your Web Site and select Properties.

  4.     
  5. Click the Directory Security tab.

  6.     
  7. In the Secure Communications section, click Server Certificate (this opens the Web Server Certificate Wizard) and then click Next.

  8.     
  9. Select Assign an existing certificate and then click Next.

  10.     
  11. Select the certificate to import (denoted by the Common Name) and then click Next.

  12.     
  13. Enter the SSL port for this Web site (port 443 is the default SSL port) and then click Next.

  14.     
  15. A summary page displays the details of the certificate. Ensure that this information is correct and then click Next.

  16.     
  17. Click Finish.





Re: Move SSL sertificate (Verisign)

http://www.verisign.co.uk/support/ssl-certificates-support/backup-certificate.html


Backup a Certificate



When you backup an SSL certificate, the system copies the private key into an encrypted file. The private key was created on the server when the Certificate Signing Request (CSR) was generated. Select the correct software vendor and version below for backup instructions.


Microsoft IIS Version 6.0



        
  1. In the Internet Information Services snap-in, right-click the Web site you want to manage, and then select Properties.

  2.     
  3. On the Directory Security tab, click View Certificate. This displays the Certificate dialogue box.

  4.     
  5. Select the Details tab and then select Copy To File. This starts the Certificate Export Wizard. Click Next.

  6.     
  7. You can export the certificate file with or without the associated private key. If you want to export the private key, select the Yes option. Otherwise, select the No option. Click Next.

  8.     
  9. The next page lets you choose the export file format. The default format should be adequate, so note the format that will be used. IMPORTANT:  Select - Include all certificates in the path.

  10.     
  11. If you elected to export the private key, you must now set a password for the certificate file. After you type and then confirm the password in the fields provided, click Next.

  12.     
  13. Specify the name of the file you want to export. Click Browse if you want to use the Save As dialogue box to set the file location and name.

  14.     
  15. Click Next and then click Finish. Click OK to confirm a successful export. Click OK twice more to return to the Internet Information Services snap-in.


 


VeriSign highly recommends that you save the file to a diskette or CD and store it in a safe place.





Re: Move SSL sertificate (Verisign)

How do I move an SSL certificate from Microsoft IIS 5.0 and above to Microsoft IIS 5.0 and above?


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