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  1. #1
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    Windows SSL::: CSR gen help!

    Hi.. I'm new to windows servers (all unix here!) But I have a client that wants to install a cert on his site.. on his servers. He has given me a login.. but I don't know how to use it

    http://www.instantssl.com/ssl-certif...ficate_5x.html

    There is the instructions for how to do it but am I stranded if I'm on a mac? That program doesn look too web based

    Can this be done from the command line?

  2. #2
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    Moving to the correct forum... =)
    TradeViceroy

  3. #3
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    Thanks

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    No problem. That's why we're here. *resumes guard post*
    TradeViceroy

  5. #5
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    You need to log onto the server using Terminal Server or Remote Desktop Connection, so you get to the server desktop itself. AFAIK there are no Mac versions of these.

    How do you normally administer the Windows server? Is it a dedicated server that you have the whole of, or are you reselling Windows accounts? If you are reselling then you will likely need to get the main host company or datacentre to do this for you.
    Chris at TDMWeb.com
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  6. #6
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    Wooooooo Hoooooooo!

    Look what I found:
    http://www.microsoft.com/mac/downloa...gnosysreq=True


    Works like a charm

  7. #7
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    Very handy. So, Macs do have a use after all...
    Chris at TDMWeb.com
    Windows & Linux hosting and fully managed dedicated servers with great customer service!
    UK-based but serving the world...

  8. #8
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    Macs are good for people who don't like to restart their computer EVER. Remember OSX is based on UNIX, the better operating system.

  9. #9
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    You mean BSD.. MOCH.. Good and fast till you put a nasty gui on it. hehe.

    JaY

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