Select the appropriate server, then click on "Server Certificates" Within the right-most panel; click on "Complete Certificate Request..." to start the Certificate Installation wizard Click the "..." button and navigate to the "[yoursite].cer" file you received from Secure Trust.
Note: The "Friendly Name" filed is not required for the installation process, but rather can be used by the server admin to label the certificate. In the email you received from Secure Trust when your certificate was issued, there is a ZIP file. Extract this file from the file as this is the only instance of the Intermediate file you should need.
Step 4: Inside the wizard enter the location of your IIS SSL certificate (you will need to locate the extracted zip file you received and choose “yourdomain.crt”).
Enter a friendly name, this name is only used for you to identify the certificate internally. Step 5: After the certificate has been installed, you will need to assign the certificate to the appropriate website using IIS.
SSL/TLS connections are typically handled through port 443.
"SSL Certificate" - This is the Digital Server certificate you wish to use with this binding.
The Secure Trust Intermediate certificate is now installed.
Within IIS Manger; click on "Connections", select server the certificate will be used on, then select the specific site. Within the "Site Bindings" pop-up; click the "Add..." button.
Click "OK" The Secure Trust Digital Server certificate is now installed and your site is now configured to use said certificate.
Wildcard certificates allow securing multiple subdomains with a single certificate.