Well, it will work on the new server depending on the type of web server you are running. If they match, then you can transfer the SSL cert. Let's say one server is running apache +mod_ssl and the other machine is running netscape enterprise. That way the cert won't work.
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Actually, you can transfer the certificate from any system, to any other - providing you know how! (the most notable exception is Java's keytool, as it cant import/export private keys)
You simply need to copy the .key and .crt files (and chain file if needed) to the other server.
If moving TO IIS, you can use openssl to merge the key and cert into a PFX for importing onto the windows system.
If you need any more instructions, just drop me a note, saying what systems you're moving from/to
If someone could answer a few of my questions via AIM, this would be appreciated, I too am transferring but I am a bit confused.
The directions tell me to insert several lines here
Right now, I actually have an ssl.conf file that I edited in the /etc/httpd/conf.d/
and I don't have that folder on my new box (only /etc/httpd/conf/)
Thanks for your time.
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