Updating iis ssl certificate
You’ll need the certificate to be in PKCS#7 format.You may need to use our certificate converter tool if it’s not.Note: if there is already a https binding, select it and click Edit. From the SSL Certificate drop down, choose the wildcard certificate that will be used for this site. Tip: You can typically save a significant amount by buying direct instead of through your web hosting company.Wildcard certificates from Comodo start at less than /year.Note: Make sure that the name you give your Wildcard SSL Certificate (aka the friendly name) includes an asterisk at the sub-domain level you’re attempting to encrypt (eg *.example.com).Otherwise, you will not be able to bind the certificate properly.
You must now follow the instructions below to bind your SSL Certificate to your website profile.The "SSL Certificate" field should specify the SSL Certificate that was installed during the import process above. Step 8 : Your SSL Certificate should now be installed and functioning correctly in conjunction with your website.Occasionally a restart of IIS may be required before the new SSL Certificate is recognized.If the certificate does not have a private key, you can fix this by doing the following: To fix this, use the MMC snapin to import the cert into PERSONAL, click it and grab the serial # line.Go to dos, run certutil -repairstore my "paste the serial # in here" (you need the quotes) then refresh MMC with personal certs, right click it - export - select everything except DELETE PRIVATE KEY, hit ok.