Re: SSL - private Key info
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 12:14:20 +0800
After import, you view the computer cert (double click)
do you see 'you have a private key that corresponds to
this certificate' ??
if yes, try to export and import again from here.
if not, request new cert from CA again.
"Archie" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I am trying to install a new SSL cert on a Win 2000
> server that had an SSL cert that expired a few weeks ago.
> I removed the old cert using the wizard, generated a new
> request, sent it off to the new 3rd party, (Xramp), got
> back 3 crt files to install using the certificates snap
> in, installed the 3 certificates, (personal, intermediate,
> root), verified them within the snap in, installed the
> cert on the website in IIS 5.0, verified the router
> correctly routes port 443, but can't connect to the
> website using https. The IIS server system log shows an
> Schannel error: "The SSL server credential's
> certificate does not have a private key information
> property attached to it." ??? Please help - what went
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