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Windows servers accept certificates in .PFX format. You will most likely have a certificate in a standard format consisting of three files - Private Key (privateKey.key), Cert (certificate.crt) and CA Buncle (ca.crt). That means, that you will need to convert those into one .PFX file. On Linux you can do this from the command line:
openssl pkcs12 -export -out certificate.pfx -inkey privateKey.key -in certificate.crt -certfile ca.crt
Otherwise, you can use third-party tools such as:
After you prepare the certificate in .PFX format, you can install it through IIS.
In the 'Password' field, type the password that you used to convert the certificate.
At the 'Select Certificate Store', select 'Personal' if you do not want to use SNI technology.
After saving, the certificate will be installed on your server.
Under 'Type', select https
In the 'IP address' field, you can choose whether to assign a specific IP address to this site (the same settings as for port 80 should be left)
The 'Port' field does not need to be changed
Enter your domain in the 'Host name' field
Under 'SSL Certificate', select the certificate you just installed and click 'OK'.