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I have a "catch-all certificate" that I would like to use on another server that resides in another VM. How can I achieve this? I haven't seen any docs that explain otherwise.

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Copy the private key and certificate to the other server. – MadHatter Jul 9 '14 at 12:19
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Yes. You need to export the certificate with its private key and then import it on the other server.

How you do that depends entirely on the OS / Webserver that you use.

Also, make sure that your certificate provider allows the installation and usage on multiple servers.

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Thanks. The webservers are different but the OS is the same. – Dark Star1 Jul 9 '14 at 12:23

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