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Replacing or Reassigning a Certificate

An SSL certificate can be reassigned to another domain. This is called Replacing a certificate, and it involves setting up the certificate again, including choosing the domain, CSR, and DCV.

Replacing a certificate will not change the expiration date of the certificate. The expiration date will always be based on the date the certificate was originally issued.

You can follow these steps to replace a certificate:

  1. Log into the Domain Name Management System
  2. Select SSL Certificates from the drop-down navigation menu
  3. Click or tap Manage for the certificate you want to replace
  4. Click or tap Replace Certificate
  5. Select the Certificate Purpose, and click or tap Submit
  6. Select if you want us to generate the Certificate Signing Request, or if you want to upload your own
  7. Select if you want us handle Domain Control Validation, or if you want to manage your own DCV
  8. Click or tap Submit
  9. Click or tap Order
  10. Check your e-mail for a message from us telling you Your certificate is ready for download