Convert SSL Certificate Individual Files To A PFX File

If you trying to install an SSL Certificate such as Lets Encrypt onto a Windows server, you may need to convert SSL Certificate individual FIles to a PFX File. You can then use the PFX file to install the SSL Certificate either by right clicking on the file through RDP or similar program and selecting ‘Install Certificate’, or through IIS.

Generate PFX File

If you already have your Certificate File, Key File, and Bundle File from your SSL provider, navigate to the SSL Converter. Upload the three individual files and follow the steps to generate a PFX file.

Convert SSL Certificate Individual Files To A PFX File

Once you have generated your PFX file you should be able to install the certificate on your Windows Server. Once installed remember to update your website bindings to use the SSL file for HTTPS connections.

If the PFX does not work, ensure there are no blank rows in the bottom of your individual certificate, key and bundle files. If there are, remove these lines and generate a new PFX file. The removal of these blank lines should resolve the issue that you are experiencing.

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