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1. Open Windows File Explorer.
2. Copy your .pfx file to a computer that has OpenSSL installed, notating the file path.
3. Navigate to the \OpenSSL\bin\ directory.
4. Right-click the openssl.exe file and select Run as administrator.
5. Enter the following command to set the OpenSSL configuration: set OPENSSL_CONF=c:\OpenSSL\bin\openssl.cnf
6. Go to Start > Administrative Tools > Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager
7. In the left menu, select the corresponding server name
8. In the Features Pane, under Security, select Server Certificates
9. In the Actions Pane, choose Complete Certificate Request
10. Provide the location of the certificate
11. The -pvk option specifies a .pvk file ( abc.pvk ).
12. The -pi option specifies the password for the .
13. The -spc option specifies the name and extension of the SPC file that contains the certificate.
14. The -pfx option specifies the name of the .pfx file ( abc.pfx ).
15. The -po option specifies a password for the .pfx file ( pfxpassword ).

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Create the PFX file To create a PFX file (which you'll use with SignTool or Visual Studio), you need to combine your certificate file and your private key in MMC. In MMC, right-click your certificate (it will have your Common Name value displayed in the Issued To column), and then select Export. Select Next. Select Yes, export the private key.

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I got an ssl certificate from GoDaddy and downloaded the certicate and two text files. I need a pfx file for an Azure Web Service app. Godaddy sent me two .crt files and two text files one of which is a text titled "generate-private-key.txt".

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1. On Windows servers, the OS manages the certificate for you in a hidden file, but you can export a .PFX file that contains both the certificate and the private key. 1. Open the Microsoft Management Console (MMC). 2. In the Console Root, expand Certificates (Local Computer). Your certificate will be located in the Personal or Web Serverfolder. 3. Locate and right click the certificate, click Exportand follow the guided wizard. Once you have the .pfx file, you can keep it as a backup of the key, or use it to install the certificate on another Windows server. If you're trying to use the certificate on a different OS, you'll need to split the .pfx into the certificate and the private key.

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Create PFX elsewhere (OpenSSL or otherwise) and then import the certificate using PFX ; Create a new CSR request on the server and perform a reissue of the certificate. Reissue means that the certificate will be reissued free of charge and you can import it to an existing private key. You can do this yourself in customer administration.

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The .key file should be obtainable from the certificate request which you have created for Godaddy. For that, you will need a Windows Server with IIS installed on it, go to Server Management, select "Internet Information Services" from Tools, and

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Once converted to PEM, follow the above steps to create a PFX file from a PEM file. openssl pkcs7 -print_certs -in certificate.p7b -out certificate.crt Breaking down the command: openssl – the command for executing OpenSSL pkcs7 – …

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At the command prompt, type and enter the following, and then press Enter. Replace inf.pfx with your exported PFX file name and outf.pem with the desired PEM file name. Enter your PFX password when prompted: openssl pkcs12 -in inf.pfx -nokeys -out outf.pem At the command prompt, type and enter the following, and then press Enter.

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SSL Tools / Certificate Decoder Certificate Decoder This tool will decode a PEM/DER encoded SSL certificate and display the contents in a human-readable format. The formatting of the certificate will be checked. Paste your Certificate here

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How to create .PFX file from certificate and private key??

  • Open Windows File Explorer.
  • Copy your .pfx file to a computer that has OpenSSL installed, notating the file path. ...
  • Navigate to the OpenSSLbin directory.
  • Right-click the openssl.exe file and select Run as administrator.
  • Enter the following command to set the OpenSSL configuration: set OPENSSL_CONF=c:OpenSSLbinopenssl.cnf

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How to install a new GoDaddy SSL wildcard certificate??

  • Go to Start > Administrative Tools > Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager
  • In the left menu, select the corresponding server name
  • In the Features Pane, under Security, select Server Certificates
  • In the Actions Pane, choose Complete Certificate Request
  • Provide the location of the certificate

How to create a PFX file??

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  • The -pvk option specifies a .pvk file ( abc.pvk ).
  • The -pi option specifies the password for the . ...
  • The -spc option specifies the name and extension of the SPC file that contains the certificate. ...
  • The -pfx option specifies the name of the .pfx file ( abc.pfx ). ...
  • The -po option specifies a password for the .pfx file ( pfxpassword ). ...

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How to convert a CER to PFX??

openssl pkcs12 -export -in certificate.cer -inkey privatekey.key -out certificate.pfx Be sure to replace certificate.cer with the name of your .cer file. Change privatekey.key with the name of your private key and change the name of the certificate.pfx with the name you want for the .pfx file that is generated from the command.

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