How To Move An SSL Certificate From Windows To Sonicwall NSA

Windows servers use .pfx/.p12 files to contain the public key file (SSL Certificate) and its unique private key file. You need both the public key and private keys for an SSL certificate to work properly on any system. If you need to transfer your SSL certificate from one server to another or store it someplace for safe keeping you need to create a .pfx backup.  Dell Sonicwall systems have the capability to import a pfx file generated from windows. To backup, export, and move an SSL certificate from a Windows Server to SonicWALL with its private key perform the following steps. Step 1:  Create an MMC Snap-in for Managing Certificates on the IIS 8 system: Start > run > MMC. Go […]

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How To Move SSL Ceritifcate From Windows To Mitel MiCollab MSL Server

Like the majority of server systems you will install your SSL certificate on the same server where your Certificate Signing Request (CSR) was created. Your private key will always be left on the server system where the CSR was originally created. Your SSL certificate will not work without this private key file. We will assume that this is the original system. MiCollab systems have the capability of importing a pfx/p12 file which is a keypair file that Microsoft Systems like IIS/Exchange uses that contains both the SSL Certificate and it’s Private key. To export your installed SSL Certificate with its private key from a Windows System to Mitel MiCollab MSL Server perform the following. Step 1:  Create an MMC Snap-in for […]

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How To Export an SSL Certificate With Private Key (pfx) Using MMC On Windows

Windows servers use .pfx/.p12 files to contain the public key file (SSL Certificate) and its unique private key file.  The Certificate Authority (CA) provides you with your SSL Certificate (public key file). You use your server to generate the associated private key file where the CSR was created. You need both the public key and private keys for an SSL certificate to work properly on any system. Windows uses the pkcs#12 (pfx/p12) file to contain these two keys and another of intermediate certificates along the chain of trust; therefore, if you need to transfer your SSL certificate from one Windows system to another that uses PFX files or store it someplace for safe keeping you need to create a pkcs#12 (pfx/p12) backup. […]

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How To Move An SSL Certificate From Windows Server To Apache.

Depending on your network you may have to move your SSL/TLS server certificate and its private key from one system to another. This article covers how to move your server certificate, and its private key from IIS that uses a single pfx/p12/pkcs#12 file to Apache that uses separate .pem,.crt, key files. This will require a conversion using OpenSSL that is on the Apache System. You need both the public key and private keys for an SSL certificate to work properly on any system. Windows uses the pfx/p12 file to contain these two keys; therefore, if you need to transfer your SSL certificate from one server to another or store it someplace for safe keeping you need to create a .pfx backup. Apache […]

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How to move SSL Certificate from IIS 8 to IIS 8

Windows servers use .pfx/.p12 files to contain the public key file (SSL Certificate) and its unique private key file. The Certificate Authority (CA) provides you with your SSL Certificate (public key file). You use your server to generate the associated private key file where the CSR was created. You need both the public key and private keys for an SSL certificate to work properly on any system. Windows uses the pfx/p12 file to contain these two keys; therefore, if you need to transfer your SSL certificate from one server to another or store it someplace for safe keeping you need to create a .pfx backup. To backup, export, and move a SSL certificate from Windows IIS 8 to IIS 8 […]

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How to export a certificate from Internet Explorer

Depending on the circumstance you may need to export a certificate that has been installed in your browser. Code Signing and Mail Signing certificates purchased from a Certificate Authority (CA) usually use browsers to generate the keypair and install the certificate on the browser. After which you can then export the certificate, and distribute it to whoever or apply it to your signing application that requires it. We will assume that you have successful installed/picked-up or already have a certificate in your Internet Explorer browser. To export/backup your certificate from your Internet Explorer browser perform the following. Step 1:  Exporting your certificate from Internet Explorer: In your Internet Explorer browser click on the gear  in the upper right of the browser. Click Internet Options. Click […]

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How To Export A Certificate From Firefox.

Depending on the circumstance you may need to export a certificate that has been installed in your browser. Code Signing and Mail Signing certificates purchased from a Certificate Authority (CA) usually use browsers to generate the keypair and install the certificate on the browser. After which you can then export the certificate, and distribute it to whoever or apply it to your signing application that requires it. We will assume that you have successful installed/picked-up or already have a certificate in your Firefox browser. To export/backup your certificate from your Firefox browser perform the following. Step 1:  Exporting your certificate from Firefox: In the upper right of your Firefox browser click  Click Options. In the left pain click Advanced. Under Advanced click […]

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How to move SSL Certificate from Exchange to Mac OS X

Windows servers use PKCS#12 – .pfx/.p12 files to contain the public key file (SSL Certificate) and its unique private key file. The Certificate Authority (CA) provides you with your SSL Certificate (public key file). You use your server to generate the associated private key file where the CSR was created. You need both the public key and private keys for an SSL certificate to work properly on any system. Windows uses the pfx/p12 file to contain these two keys; therefore, if you need to transfer your SSL certificate from one server to another or store it someplace for safe keeping you need to create a .pfx/.p12 backup. To backup, export, and move an SSL certificate from Windows Exchange  to Mac […]

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How to move SSL Certificate from IIS to Mac OS X

Windows servers use PKCS#12 – .pfx/.p12 files to contain the public key file (SSL Certificate) and its unique private key file. The Certificate Authority (CA) provides you with your SSL Certificate (public key file). You use your server to generate the associated private key file where the CSR was created. You need both the public key and private keys for an SSL certificate to work properly on any system. Windows uses the pfx/p12 file to contain these two keys; therefore, if you need to transfer your SSL certificate from one server to another or store it someplace for safe keeping you need to create a .pfx/.p12 backup. To backup, export, and move an SSL certificate from Windows IIS  to Mac […]

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How to move SSL Certificate from IIS to Titan FTP

Windows servers use PKCS#12 – .pfx/.p12 files to contain the public key file (SSL Certificate) and its unique private key file. The Certificate Authority (CA) provides you with your SSL Certificate (public key file). You use your server to generate the associated private key file where the CSR was created. You need both the public key and private keys for an SSL certificate to work properly on any system. Windows uses the pfx/p12 file to contain these two keys; therefore, if you need to transfer your SSL certificate from one server to another or store it someplace for safe keeping you need to create a .pfx/.p12 backup. To backup, export, and move an SSL certificate from Windows IIS systems  to […]

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