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Can I use the same SSL certificate for a Tomcat service on port 443, and for a separate IIS service on some other port? Both services live on the same machine, on the same IP address and have the same DNS entry.

If so, how would I convert the certificate (issued for Tomcat/java) to a form that IIS7 can handle?

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Yes, absolutely - those services can both use the same certificate.

Can you clarify what format the certificate is in now (in a java keystore, or x509, or maybe pkcs12)? We can definitely provide some assistance in getting it converted with further details.

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Certificate is currently in java keystore format. – askvictor May 10 '12 at 3:48

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