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A. HaSeeB

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I've just bought SSL Certificate from www.geocerts.com for Kerio Connect 8.0.2, they have provided me a p7b and a zip file after purchasing, and while I import any of the file, it keep asking me about key file, which is not present.

I've tried the manual, for ssl import provided by Kerio, but no luck, any one got !dea how to activate the SSL.

Thanx in Advance.
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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The private key was created when you created a certificate signing request. So it depends on how you created the CSR.

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GenXX

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I have the same issue. The key file on the other hand, has got a password and I can't remove it with OPENSSL because it doesn't recognise it as a key file.. Any ideas?
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