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Last Modified : 05/31/2019

Managed PKI for SSL - Installation Instructions for Mac OS X 10.6



This document provides instructions for installing SSL Certificates for MAC OS X 10.6 server. If you are unable to use these instructions for your server, DigiCert recommends that you contact Apple.

Step 1: Download and Install Intermediate CAs:

  1. Download the Intermediate CA certificate from this link:
  2. Select the appropriate Intermediate CA certificate for your SSL Certificate type.
    NOTE: If you are not sure which certificate you have purchased, follow these steps from this link: SO22021
  3. Once you have downloaded the Intermediate CA certificate, upload it together with your SSL certificate and private key by using the Server Admin.
  4. Open Server Admin and click on Certificates
  5. Click the "+" sign and then choose Import a Certificate Identity

  6. Open up the plus sign as indicated in the diagram.
  7. Select Import a Certificate Identity
  8. Drag the 3 files into the windows as indicated in the diagram:

    a) Your private key file. This was the private key created on the server. For more information please refer to this link: SO22057

    b) Your SSL certificate file. This was the SSL certificate you received via email from the Managed PKI for SSL administrator.
    NOTE: If you have not received the certificate via e-mail you can download the certificate from Managed PKI for SSL
    subscriber services page by following the steps from this link: SO6621
    Please download the certificate in X.509 format.

    c) Your Intermediate certificate file from Step 1 mentioned above.

Step 2: Assign the SSL Certificate to your website

  1. On the left window. Click Web.
  2. Click Sites.
  3. Choose the site you want to select the certificate onto.
  4. Click the Security tab.
  5. Check Enable Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).
  6. Choose the SSL certificate.
  7. At the prompt "Do you want to restart Web now?" Choose Yes.
  8. Verify your installation with the DigiCert Installation Checker