We are pleased to release the latest version of our SSL Manager tool (v.2.2), designed to make ordering, installing and managing your SSL certificates vastly easier. With SSL.com Manager, you can bypass console commands and the MMC Certificate Snap-in entirely.
You can find more information in the following sections:
- Downloading & Installing SSL.com Manager
- Registering a new SSL.com customer account
- SSL.com Manager interface and menu reference
- SSL.com Manager glossary
SSL.com Manager gives you one straightforward interface to:
- View all SSL certificates in all stores installed on your Microsoft Windows server
- Zero in for a detailed view of any certificate
- Create, renew and delete certificates including the private key and CSR
- Convert between different formats (pem, der, p12/pfx, cer/crt, etc)
- Code sign your apps, plugins or documents
- Regenerate the CSR for any SSL certificate
- Automatically send the new or renewing CSR to www.ssl.com to be signed (no more copy and paste!)
- Update the Windows server root store with the latest intermediate and root certificates
- And much, much more!
SSL Manager Installation
Installing SSL Manager is quite easy. You can find our instructions on how to do it in this guide.
SSL.com Customer Account Registration
SSL Manager Interface and Menu Reference
SSL.com Manager gives you easy access to a variety of powerful tools. You may request certificates, complete validation, install and even bind in IIS directly from the Manager! Everything is available from the menu, which has been streamlined for your convenience.
You can find details about SSL.com Manager’s features and how to access them in our interface reference documentation.
SSL Manager Glossary
SSL Manager documentation uses some industry jargon for the sake of brevity. For the uninitiated readers, you can find a glossary of terms used in the application itself and the documentation here.
As always, we are happy to help our customers with any technical problem they might encounter – Don’t hesitate to drop us an email at email@example.com and an expert will help you out.