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Step by Step PKI–Issue Certificate from ISP or Internal PKI

Step by Step PKI–Issue Certificate from ISP or Internal PKI

Once we have the Certificate Request File (.csr), we now have to upload the .csr file to ISP (public signed certificate) or your internal PKI infrastructure, like corporate CA (corporate signed certificate).

 

Corporate Signed Certificate

Copy the .csr file to your corporate CA or sub CA server, read more in How to Setup A Standalone CA And Issue Out a Corporate Signed Certificate

 

ISP Signed Certificate

Godaddy as an example here

1. Login into your SSL certificate portal

2. Request a new certificate

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3. Upload the Certificate Request File (.csr)

Since most of the ISP required you to paste the .csr file, in that case, just using Windows notepad open the .csr file

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Select and copy the entire content: ctrl+a and then ctrl+c

Paste into the ISP request form

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4. Issue out and getting the new certificate

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5. Download the right file type

Select the right file type based on where you generated the .csr file

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You now have the certificate successfully issued by the ISP

 

Next: Complete the certificate request