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Installing your Thawte SSL Certificate


A Microsoft IIS 6.0 or 7.0 server, or a Red Hat server, has a new Symantec SSL Assistant to help automatically generate a CSR and install the SSL Certificate. As an independent subsidiary of Symantec, Thawte offers Symantec SSL Assistant as a benefit of their corporate relationship.

Thawte offers a range of different SSL products to suit the client's needs.

For instructions on how to install the SSL Certificate please select the Product and Server Vendor from the list below.

Should the Server Vendor is not listed please search the Knowledgebase here)

To obtain the Thawte Intermediate CA's, please refer to AR1384

Vendor

SSL123 Certificate

A
ApacheSSL
Apple Power School


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B
WebLogic 5.1
WebLogic 6.0
WebLogic 7.0
WebLogic 8.1
WebLogic 9.0


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C
C2Net Stronghold
Citrix Secure Gateway 1.12
CPanel Mail Server
CPanel Web Server
Cisco ASA 5520
Cisco CSS 11500


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F
F5 Big IP Controller 3.0
F5 Big IP Controller 4.0
F5 Big IP 9.x


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G
Groupwise 6 Netware ES


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I
HTTP Server
Websphere


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J
Jetty Java HTTP Servlet


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L
Lotus Notes Domino 6.5
Lotus Domino Go


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M
Mac OS X
Windows 2000 - IIS 5.0
Windows 2003 - IIS 6.0
Windows 2008 - IIS 7.0


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N
iPlanet 4.x
iPlanet 6.x
Console One


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O
Oracle Wallet Manager
Orion Web Server


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P
Plesk 5.0
Plesk 6.0
Plesk 7.0
Plesk 8.0


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P
Plesk 5.0
Plesk 6.0
Plesk 7.0
Plesk 8.0


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S
SAP Web Application Server


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T
Tomcat


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W
4D WebStar 5.x


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Z
Zeus Web Server


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