Import GoDaddy Certificates into the VSA


How do I import GoDaddy Certificates into the VSA?


  1. Cleanup Old Certificates
    1. Open MMC
    2. Click File > Add/Remove Snap-in
    3. Select Certificates > Add > Computer Account > Next > Finish > Ok
    4. Expand Certificates > Personal
    5. Right-click on your cert that expired or you are replacing, and delete it
    6. Also if you have any old Certificate Requests related to your certificate remove them as well
  2. Rekeying The Certificate
    1. Launch Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
    2. Click the Server > Double Click Server Certificates.
    3. On the panel on the right, click Create Certificate Request.
    4. For Cryptographic service provider, select Microsoft RSA SChannel Cryptographic Provider.
    5. For Bit length, select 2048 or higher, and then click Next.
    6. Click …, enter the location and file name for your CSR, and then click Finish.
    7. Request the key or rekey from GoDaddy.
  3. Installing the Certificates
    1. Download the certificate from GoDaddy.
    2. Double Click the gd-g2_iis_intermediates.p7b to install the intermediate certificates.
    3. Launch Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.
    4. Click the Server > Double Click Server Certificates.
    5. Click Complete Certificate Request.
    6. Find the .crt file that you received from GoDaddy, (if you don't see it set the file type at the bottom of the window to *.*)
    7. Set the Friendly Name to match the name of the cert
    8. Leave the Certificate store on Personal
  4. Setting it up with Kaseya
    1. Continue installing the certificate in Kaseya by following the guide below: Using An Existing SSL Certificate - R9.4 or later

Please note: Kaseya does not provide technical support for certificates. If further assistance is needed, please address the problem to the appropriate support team. 


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