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I believe you can't convert .crt to GPG certificate. Please have a look at the link http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/84904/how-do-i-convert-a-gpg-certificate-to-a-crt-certificate-that-can-be-imported-int


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Did you include the StartCom Certification Authority CA into the bundle ca file? Afaik it's necessary because StartCom isn't trusted by all vendors and operating systems. The error tells you that the certificate could not be validated - so it might be a good idea to import the StartCom CA into your system. (Some older threads about this problem)


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I used CryptoGuy's code, expanded upon it significantly, and turned it into a function. It still has room for improvement, however. Thanks, CryptoGuy! function Get-KeyContainer { [CmdletBinding()] Param([Parameter(Position=0, Mandatory=$true, ValueFromPipeline=$true)] [string]$Thumbprint, [Parameter(Position=1, Mandatory=$false, ...


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Right-click the certificate in MMC console ->All Tasks-> Manage Private Keys. Add the needed users to access Now, Reboot the system and try it will work.


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You can list the domains with this command (tested on linux): cat cert.pem | openssl x509 -text | grep DNS


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This is because your CA is Standalone CA type, not Enterprise. In Microsoft terminology, Standalone CA is literally standalone. It doesn't require Active Directory or network connections at all. As the result, Standalone CA requires certificate information to be placed in the request and doesn't offer enhanced enterprise-level features. This CA type is best ...


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Another easy way to generate a self signed certificate is to use Jexus Manager, Choose a server node in the Connections panel. In the middle panel, click Server Certificates icon to open the management page. Under Actions panel, click “Generate Self-Signed Certificate...” menu item. https://jexus.lextudio.com/en/latest/tutorials/self-signed.html


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SBS wants to use remote.example.com for everything - and I would suggest that is what you use. If you have configured the server to use mail.example.com then you have two options. Run the configuration wizards in the SBS console to change the name to mail.example.com and get the SSL certificate reissued. Run the configuration wizards in the SBS console ...



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