How to move SSL Certificate from MMC to MMC

Not all websites or applications use IIS or Exchange for its SSL configurations, but they may refer to the Windows MMC certificate stores for their configurations and may need to move an SSL certificate from one system to another. Windows servers use .pfx/.p12 files to contain the public key file (SSL Certificate) and its unique […]

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How to create a MMC Snap-In for troubleshooting certificates.

Microsoft Management Console (MMC) is the management console that is used to configure, manipulate, create, and fix services on a windows system in the back end that you probably wont be able to do with any front end application. It is used heavily to troubleshoot matters related to SSL certificates on Windows systems. Open up a MMC snap […]

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Windows Server IIS/Exchange – Intermediate Installation

You have successfully installed your SSL Certificate on a windows server system although you might be having some trust issues on certain browsers or applications are not fully trusting your SSL Certificate. This may be due to a lack of an intermediate CA certificate file that helps Chain the Trust to your clients browsers or systems. […]

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