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How to install SSL Certificate to your Windows 2008 Server?
After your SSL Certificate has been issued from Xcellhost, you will need to install it first onto the server which generated the certificate request.
- Open the ZIP file containing your certificate. Save the file named your_domain_name.cer to the desktop of the webserver you are securing.
- Click on Start, then Administrative Tools, then Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
- Click on the server name.
- From the center menu, double-click the "Server Certificates" button in the "Security" section (near the bottom of the menu).
- From the "Actions" menu (on the right), click on "Complete Certificate Request." This will open the Complete Certificate Request wizard.
- Browse to your_domain_name.cer file that was provided to you by GlobalSign. Now you will need to enter an easy name, which will not be a part of the SSL certificate but will be used by the server administrator for distinguishing the certificate easily.
- Click on "OK" to install the certificate onto the server.
Note: There is a known issue in IIS 7 giving the following error: "Cannot find the certificate request associated with this certificate file. A certificate request must be completed on the computer where it was created." You may also receive a message stating "ASN1 bad tag value met". If this is the same server that you generated the CSR on, then in most cases, the certificate is actually installed. Simply cancel the dialog and press "F5" to refresh the list of server certificates. If the new certificate is now on the list, you can continue with the next step. If it is not on the list, you will need to reissue your certificate using a new CSR. After creating a new CSR, login to your GlobalSign account and click the re-key button for your certificate.
- Once the SSL certificate has been successfully installed to the server, you will need to assign that certificate to the appropriate website using IIS.
- From the "Connections" menu in the main Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager window, select the name of the server to which the certificate was installed.
- Under "Sites," select the site to be secured with SSL.
- From the "Actions" menu (on the right), click on "Bindings." This will open the "Site Bindings" window.
- In the "Site Bindings" window, click "Add..." This will open the "Add Site Binding" window.
- Under "Type" choose https. The IP address should be the IP address of the site or All Unassigned, and the port over which traffic will be secured by SSL is usually 443. The "SSL Certificate" field should specify the certificate that was installed in step 7.
- Click "OK."
- Your SSL certificate is now installed, and the website configured to accept secure connections.