How To Import The PKCS12 (PFX) File Into Microsoft IIS 7
Importing a (PKCS12) PFX file into Microsoft IIS is generally a straight-forward process. Please review the instructions below or follow the instructions that are provided by Microsoft, refer to your server documentation or contact your server vendor.
Step 1 : Click "Start" and choose "Run".
Step 2 : In the "Run" dialogue box type "MMC" and click "OK". The MMC should then appear.
Step 3 : Go to the File tab or menu and select "Add / Remove Snap-In".
Step 4 : Click on "Certificates" and click "Add".
Step 5 : Select "Computer Account" and click "Next".
Step 6 : Select "Local Computer" and click "Finish".
Step 7 : Click "OK" to close the "Add / Remove Snap-In" window.
Step 8 : Double click on "Certificates (Local Computer)" in the center window.
Step 9 : Right click on the "Personal Certificates Store" folder.
Step 10 : Choose "ALL TASKS" then select "Import".
Step 11 : Follow the "Certificate Import Wizard" to import your "Primary Certificate" from the .PFX file.
Step 12 : Browse to the .PFX and enter the associated password when prompted.
Step 13 : If desired, check the box to "Mark This Key As Exportable". We recommend choosing this option.
Step 14 : When prompted, choose to automatically place the Certificates in the Certificate Stores based on the type of the Certificate.
Step 15 : Click "Finish" to close the Certificate Import Wizard.
Step 16 : Close the MMC console. It is not necessary to save any changes that you have made to the MMC console.
The SSL Certificate, Private Key and any Intermediate Certificates should now be imported into your server. You must now follow the instructions below to bind your SSL Certificate to your website profile.