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pokeitwithastick

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Hi, sorry for the technically un-savvy question,
I purchased an SSL certificate from godaddy, generated a CSR, sent it to GoDaddy and downloaded my certificate in a zip file from their web site.

Inside the zip file are two files:
gd_bundle.crt
and
"my domain host.com".crt

However, when i go to import a new cetificate from the KMS admin console it asks me for a private key. What is this? Is it something GoDaddy should have sent me?

Thanks.
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freakinvibe

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You have to highlight the Certificate Request in the list and then choose

Import > Import Signed Certificate from CA

Dexion AG - The Blackberry Specialists in Switzerland
https://dexionag.ch
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pokeitwithastick

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Doh!

I found out what I did WRONG!

When doing a signed CA request I didn't export TWO files after i generated the request in the admin console(the CSR and the KEY).
It was the self generated KEY file that I needed later for the signed CRT file import procedure.

Now i am OFISHAL!
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