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Q10056 - FAQ: My certificate on our server has expired and now I cannot access it via https. How do I update it?

My certificate on our server has expired and now I cannot access it via https.  How do I update it?


If you purchased an SSL certificate through you system administrator or ISP, then they should take care of the renewal procedures since they are trained for these tasks. Otherwise, if you have an account with SSL, you should log into your account that you created when you originally applied for your certificate. Once logged in, there should be a link that you can click to begin the renewal process. Please be sure to have your CSR handy prior to renewing your certificate (see http://info.ssl.com/ssl_kb/default.aspx?cNode=8N8H6U&pNodes=8P3K3M for information on how to generate a CSR).

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Created on 7/7/2004.
Last Modified on 7/7/2004.
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