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    SSL Cert For Ubuntu From MS Cert Services

    Hi All,

    Having recently upgraded to v 1.9 on Moodle I have decided to enable https on the login part of the VLE to make it abit more secure however as the server has a self signed SSL cert it throws up the normal "prepare to die if you proceed" error and also causes issues with downloading files from moodle also.

    So on that note I would like to generate an SSL certificate via our in house CA (Micosroft, Windows 2003) does anyone know of a how too in order to get the csr request out of Ubuntu and then get the New SSL cert back in??

    Don't worry about the MS bit I can do that :-)

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    openssl genrsa -out <Server Name>.private.key
    openssl req -new -days <X Days> -key <Server Name>.private.key -out <Server Name>.req

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