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Francyz

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Sorry for my English!

Greetings from the comrades!
I recently ordered a WildCard certificate from Comodo, multi-domains - * .domain.ru, so as not to buy on every domain on the network.
But kerio does not want to choose it as the main certificate. The import is normal, it is present in the list, but you can not select this certificate: neither for vpn, nor radius, nor as the main one for the web.
Those. it turns out that there is a certificate, but it can not be chosen.
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Brian (GFI/Kerio)

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After you import the signed certificate you have to configure various features to use it. This help topic describes the various components that require you to select an SSL certificate http://manuals.gfi.com/en/kerio/control/content/ssl-certific ates/changing-ssl-certificates-in-kerio-control-1982.html

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That's what I'm talking about. The certificate I imported can not be selected. It is not in the drop-down lists.
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Certificate imported.
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Ok I see. It seems you have imported the certificate without the private key. Have you generated the certificate request using some other software? If so you need to get the private key from this request and import it with the certificate.

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Francyz

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Sorry for my English!

I did not generate a request for Kerio. I wrote in the beginning that I have a Wildcard SSL certificate. Multi-domain. In the title of the topic, I also indicated that I have Wildcard, not a personal certificate.
Do I understand correctly that kerio works only with private personal keys? That is, so that the kerio could use the certificate, I need to generate a personal certificate for the server and not use the multi-domain?
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Kerio Control supports wildcard certificates, however in order to encrypt communication you need to install the private key. So you need to export the private key from the system that manages it. Most likely you will export it as a PKCS#12 archive that has an extension of .pfx or .p12. You can then import this file into Kerio Control.

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