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Comodo CA is temporarily not including free base domains/SANs in single name and wildcard SSL certificates. This means these certificate types generated with www.domain.com or *.domain.com will NOT receive domain.com as a FREE SAN. However, if you generate with domain.com, you will receive www.domain.com in the SAN field. Comodo CA is actively working on resolving this temporary system bug. The expected ETA is no later than Monday, July 24, 2017. Please contact support for any assistance. 

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IIS 4 Web Server Certificate Signing Request (CSR) Creation

Easy & Quick Guideline to Generate CSR for Web Server IIS 4

If you have already generated the Certificate Signing Request (CSR) and received your SSL Certificate, please click here for SSL Installation Instructions.

Steps to Generate a CSR in IIS 4.x Server

  • Step 1 – In Windows Start Menu, run 'Management Console'.
  • Step 2 – In this step, you need to expand the Internet Information Server along with computer name that you intend to secure.
  • Step 3 – Now, right-click on the website that you're securing and select 'Properties'.
  • Step 4 – Open Directory Security.
  • Step 5 – Under Secure Communications, click on Key Manager and select 'Create New Key'.
  • Step 6 – Select 'Put the request in a file…' and select a filename or accept the default name.
  • Step 7 – Enter the required information regarding your organization/company.
  • Step 8 – Proceed with clicking Next until you're done, the click 'Finish'. When prompted to save changes, click 'Yes'.
  • Step 9 – Finally, open the newly created CSR with a text editor (i.e. Notepad) and copy/paste the text (including the BEGINNING and END tags) in the blank text box provided in the online SSL generation form via www.thesslstore.com.
  • Step 10 – After you complete validation and receive the SSL certificate from the issuing Certificate Authority, proceed with the next step using our SSL installation instructions.

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