Installing SSL certificate files onto multiple servers can be accomplished using either of the two methods outlined in this piece. One method involves creating a .pfx file (also sometimes called a PKCS#12 file) and importing that onto one or more other servers. Often, cloud providers » Continue Reading.
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Creating any SSL certificate requires a unique Certificate Signing Request (CSR). This article will show you how to submit a CSR and provide the other information needed to create your certificate.
Yes you will. Any SSL certificate comes with an expiration date. As that date approaches, SSL.com will send you email reminders of the pending expiration. SSL.com will send multiple emails to let you know that your certificate is about to expire, and you can specify triggers for up » Continue Reading.
Exchange-Server SSL Guide Choosing the right SSL certificate for your Microsoft Exchange Server can mean the difference between late nights at the office trying to make things work and being able to get the job done right the first time and not have to continue » Continue Reading.
Wildcard SSL Certificate Do you find yourself using a lot of subdomains on the web? If so, you can save money and time by going with a Wildcard SSL certificate. This may sound scary to some, but it’s actually quite easy. Below, we’re going to » Continue Reading.
Migrating SSL Certificates for Exchange Server While migrating SSL certificates from Exchange Server 2003 to 2013 doesn’t sound like a lot of fun, it doesn’t need to be troublesome either. We’re going to break down the basic steps and give you some helpful advice and » Continue Reading.
SSL Certificate Installation on CPanel NOTE: If you have not generated a CSR/Private key pair yet you can learn more about how to generate a key pair here. Once you have received the SSL certificates you can install the certificate using CPanel. If you used » Continue Reading.
After you enter the CSR in our online application, and once your certificate is ready for installation, you need to download all of the files we provide. You must install the intermediate and primary certificate to your Microsoft® Exchange server 2010 to complete installation. You » Continue Reading.
Installing an ssl.com certificate on Heroku is both quick and simple. Simply click the link ‘for Nginx’ in your ssl.com account and download the file. From there you can upload the bundle to Heroku along with your private .key file. That’s it! The Nginx download » Continue Reading.
After your SSL certificate has been issued and downloaded to your local machine, you must ensure the certificates are ready for installation. Be sure to store the certificate files in a secure location. Proper functioning of a server certificate depends on the successful installation of » Continue Reading.