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Screencast: IIS7 – How to Install GoDaddy SSL Certificate

An SSL certificate is a digital certificate that:
1. Authenticates the identity of a Web site to visiting browsers

2. Encrypts traffic between the web Server and the web browser using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology.

In one of our very popular Screencasts:
How to Install GoDaddy SSL Certificate, we have demonstrated how to install GoDaddy SSL certificate in IIS6. We get daily a lot of questions about installing GoDaddy SSL certificate in IIS7 (Windows Server 2008). The installation process is similar, and we will demonstrate it in a Step-by-Step fashion.

In the following Screencast, we demonstrate how to install GoDaddy SSL certificate on a Windows Server 2008 running IIS7.

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Step 1 In the first step, we will generate a Certificate Signing Request – CSR using IIS7 manager.

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Step 2 In this step, you can see how to submit your CSR to GoDaddy.com. Then, we will approve the CSR and check the status of the certificate.

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Step 3 In the last step, we will download the ZIP file with all the necessary certificates – GoDaddy Intermediate and Cross Intermediate certificate, and our SSL certificate. It is important to follow precisely the order of the certificate installation. Finally, we test the certificate. If you experience problems – check step4 in this Screencast.

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