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    Right I have a problem I created a Cert request on a server for a wildcard SSL however the server is being decommissioned now and I need to move this cert to another box the problem here is that Apache can move certs easily but I am lost to know how to achieve this in IIS/Exchange/ISA I need to use it for my new exchange box, Sharepoint and ISA?


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