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Export/Import a SSL certificate with Microsoft IIS 5.0, 6.0 & 7.0 and Microsoft Exchange 2007 

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Export/Import a SSL certificate with Microsoft IIS 5.0, 6.0 & 7.0 and Microsoft Exchange 2007

Export your SSL certificate

1. Launch the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) (Start > Run > mmc).

2. Click File and choose Add/Remove Snap In.

3. Click Add, choose Certificates and click Add.

4. Choose Computer Account, click Next, choose Local Computer and click Finish.

5. Close the two windows and in the MMC, click on + to expand the Certificates (Local Computer) console tree.

6. Find your personal folder and expand Certificates.

7. Right-click on the certificate you want to export and choose All Tasks > Export.

8. Follow the wizard and choose to: "Yes, export the private key", "Include all certificates in certificate path if possible" and "Leave default settings".

9. Choose a path where to save your certificate and the process is finished.

Import your certificate SSL

1. Launch the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) (Start > Run > mmc).

2. Click File and choose Add/Remove Snap In.

3. Click Add, choose Certificates and click Add.

4. Choose Computer Account, click Next, choose Local Computer and click Finish.

5. Close the two windows and in the MMC, click on + to expand the Certificates (Local Computer) console tree.

6. Find your personal folder and expand Certificates.

7. Right-click on the folder "Personal Certificates Store" and choose All Tasks > Import.

8. Select the certificate you wish to import. Choose to "Automatically place the certificates in the certificate stores based on the type of the certificate" when prompted.


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