SSL Zertifikat von einem Server auf einen anderen transferieren

Zum verschieben/kopieren eines Zertifikates (inkl. Private Key) auf einen anderen Server bitte wie folgt vorgehen:
Create an MMC Snap-in for Managing Certificates:

1. Go to Start > Run.
2. Type in „mmc“.
3. Click „OK“.
4. From the menu bar, select Console > Add/Remove Snap-in.
5. Click „Add“.
6. Select „Certificates“ from the list of snap-ins.
7. Click „Add“.
8. Select „Computer account“.
9. Click „Next“.
10. Select „Local computer (the computer this console is running on)“.
11. Click „Finish“.
12. Click „Close“ on the snap-in list window.
13. Click „OK“ on the „Add/Remove Snap-in“ window.

Export the certificate (with Private Key):

1. In the left pane, click on „Certificates“.
2. From the right pane, click on „Personal“.
3. Click on „Certificates“.
4. Right-click on the certificate.
5. Select All Tasks > Export.
6. After the Certificate Export Wizard starts, click „Next“.
7. On the „Export Private Key page“, click „Yes, export the private key“, and then click „Next“.
8. On the „Export File Format“ page, select „Include all certificates in the certification path if possible“ and do not select the „require strong encryption“ check box, and then click „Next“.
9. Choose a password to protect the .PFX file. You will need to enter the same password twice to ensure that the password is typed correctly.
10. Click „Next“.
11. Choose the file name you want to save this as. Do not include an extension in your file name; the wizard will automatically add the .PFX extension for you.
12. Click „Next“, and then read the summary. Pay special attention to where the file is being saved to. If you are sure the information is correct, choose „Finish“.
You now have a .PFX file containing you server certificate and its corresponding private key. Please backup this file. You may want to move it to a floppy disk . Keep in mind, if you run a backup on the server, this file may be saved in that backup if it is still on the server.

Import the certificate (with private key):

After the certificate has been exported, you must import the certificate to the new computer’s Personal certificate store. To import the certificate to the computer’s Personal certificate store:

1. Perform the steps to create a MMC Snap-in for Managing Certificates outlined above.
2. In the left pane, click on „Certificates“.
3. From the right pane, click on „Personal“.
4. Click on „Certificates“.
5. Right-click on the certificate.
6. Select All Tasks > Import.
7. When the Certificate Import Wizard starts, click „Next“.
8. On the „File to Import“ page, type the complete path to the file or click the „Browse“ button to navigate to the file name of the certificate you exported, and click „Next“.
9. Enter the password you gave the .PFX file when you created it. Be sure the „Mark the key as exportable“ option is selected if you want to be able to export the key pair again from this computer.
10. On the „Certificate Store“ page, click „Place all certificates in the following store“, confirm that „Personal“ is selected as the store, and then click „Next“.
11. On the „Completing the Certificate Import Wizard“ page, click „Finish“.
12. Click „OK“.

Assign the certificate to your Web site:

1. Open the Internet Services Manager (Start > Programs > Administrative Tools)
2. Right-click on the Web site you want to install the certificate on.
3. Select „Properties“.
4. Click the „Directory Security“ tab.
5. Under the „Secure Communications“ section, click „Server Certificate“.
6. This will start the Web Site Certificate Wizard. Click „Next“.
7. Choose the “ replace the current certificate“ option and click „Next“.
8. Highlight your Web server certificate (denoted by the common name), and then click „Next“.
9. You will now see a summary screen showing you all the details about the certificate you are installing. Be sure that this information is correct or you may have problems using SSL or TLS in HTTP communications.
10. Click Next, and then click OK to exit the wizard.

Note: Under the „Web Site“ tab, make sure that the secure port 443 is enabled and that an IP address has been assigned.

The Microsoft articles for the above instructions can be found at the following URLs:

To Export:;EN-US;232136
To Import:;EN-US;232137

Exchange 2003 deinstallieren

Nach einem Transfer eines Exchange Server auf neue Hardware möchte man evtl. den alten Server deinstallieren um ihn danach abzustellen.

– neuen Server installieren (Windows Server 2003 oder 2008)
– Exchange Server auf den neuen Server installieren
– Rollen/Postfächer auf den neuen Server verschieben
– alten Server deinstallieren
– alten Server abstellen und fachgerecht entsorgen

Detailliertes Vorgehen zum deinstallieren eines Exchange 2003 Servers:

Zuerst sicher gehen, dass alle Postfächer auf den neuen Server verschoben sind.
– ActiveDirectory Benutzer und Computer öffnen
– Zusätzliche Spalte (Exchange-Postfachspeicher) hinzufügen
– Alle  Postfächer auf den neuen Server verschieben

Alle Empfängeraktualisierungsdienste auf den neuen Server konfigurieren.
– Exchange System Manager öffnen
– beide Empfängeraktualisierungsdienste (Enterprise und Domain) anpassen (DC und EXSrv)

Danach umbedingt mit der Deinstallationsroutine den Server entfernen.