Knowledgebase : SSL Certificates > SSL Cert General
Yes, you just need to make sure you have the same key on each server.
Yes, just send an email through to support@freeparking.co.nz with the new CSR and we will get your certificate re issued. There is no charge for this.
If you require a Comodo Site Seal to be displayed on your website we can email that to you on request once your certificate order has been processed. Alternatively you can get one from the InstantSSL website. [https://www.instantssl.com/ssl-certificate-...
If you are collecting sensitive information or providing customer accounts via your website then you will need an SSL Certificate. Processing credit card data for online sales should now all be done via your Payment Gateway's secure server.
Yes, our ExchangeSSL certificate is appropriate if you need one for an Exchange server or our PositiveSSL Multi-Domain Certificate is appropriate for other server types.
Please see the instructions for the type of server you are using here [https://support.comodo.com/index.php?/Default/Knowledgebase/List/Index/19].
This usually means that the Key on your server does not match the Key that was used to generate your certificate. The best way to fix this is to generate a new CSR on your server and ask us to re issue the certificate.
Yes, you can decode your CSR at https://secure.comodo.net/utilities/decodeCSR.html [https://secure.comodo.net/utilities/decodeCSR.html]
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