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Are there any tools for installing a SSL certificate across a farm of Windows Server 2008 machines?

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Do you importing a CA certificate for multiple servers/workstations to recognize or do you mean a shared certificate such as for a load-balanced web farm? – K. Brian Kelley Apr 30 '09 at 20:16
Load-balanced web farm. – Shawn Miller Apr 30 '09 at 20:18
Is that web farm behind an ISA or similar? Otherwise you will need a unique SSL certificate per server, and doing that with Group Policy, as I suggested below, might now work. – user1797 May 6 '09 at 17:16

You can use Group Policy for this. I am assuming those servers are members of a domain. Please clarify and I will post the steps, if needed.

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Servers are not members of a domain, but the steps would be helpful to others seeking the information on this site regardless. – Shawn Miller May 7 '09 at 5:18

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