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Convert Private Key to RSA format

Some hosting systems require the Private key to be in RSA format rather than PEM. You can easily convert these files using OpenSSL. Your private key file will usually start with `-----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY-----` an RSA private key will start with `-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----` To convert your key simply run the following OpenSSL command `openssl rsa -in domain.key -out domain-rsa.key`
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How do I convert a PEM to PFX?

You can achieve this using OpenSSL (Mac OSX includes OpenSSL within Terminal.app) or our converter tool. You should have the following files (Filenames are just for reference) - Your generated CSR (cert.csr) - Your Private Key File (key.pem) - Your SSL certificate provided by the CA (cert.cer) - The Intermediate Certificate provided by the CA (CA.cer) **Servertastic Certificate Converter** You can also use the [Servertastic Certificate Converter](https://tools.servertastic.com/certificate-converter) **OpenSSL Commands** Using OpenSSL run the following command `openssl pkcs12 -export -in cert.cer -inkey key.pem -out certificate.pfx -certfile CA.cer` This should output a certificate.pfx file.
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CSR does not contain a wildcard domain as expected

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SSL Certificate does not work on Parallels Panel (Plesk)?

Once you have installed the certificate in Parallels Panel you need to then assign it to a web site. While managing your domain click `Websites & Domains > Show Advanced Operations > Website Scripting and Security` Tick the box `Enable SSL support` then from the drop down select the correct SSL certificate.
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Can I order a certificate for an Internal Server Name or Private IP?

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How to remove my saved card details?

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