A CSR (Certificate Signing Request) is a block of data containing information that will be included in your certificate such as your organization name, common name (domain name), locality, and country. It also contains the public key that will be included in your certificate. A private key is ...

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certreq.exe unable to to submit Base64 CSR - Invalid Data

I am trying to script a solution to automatically submit Base64 CSRs to a Microsoft Certificate Services CA, but keep getting tripped up. My understanding is that all I should need to specify is a ...
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How to generate a CSR for Verisign for use with FileZilla (in Windows)

I need to get a certificate from VeriSign to use in FileZilla (FTPS, FTP over SSL), to get the certificate, Verisign asks for a CSR file, FileZilla doesn't seem to have a way to generate those CSR ...
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CSR, SSL and load balancers?

do I need to generate a CSR on the load balancer or on the individual servers?
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How to manually install a SSL .cer on an IIS 6 site without CSR?

Every CSR generated by my site gave an error when submitted so I made a new site and the CSR worked fine. Now I have the certificate. However I can't find a way to install it on my original site. I ...
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What do CAs (Certificate Authority) deliver from CSR?

I need an SSL certificate for an HTTPS server. I'd like to offer the choice between self-signed and CA-signed certificates. I can generate a self-signed SSL certificate with the following OpenSSL ...
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Proper syntax for generating an SSL certificate CSR to protect an Exchange 2007 server

I need help generating a CSR for a Subject Alternative Name (SAN) SSL certificate to protect a new Exchange 2007 server. My main requirements are that Outlook Anywhere and OWA must work without any ...