winterbreeze wrote:you will need to add the -d option and specify where the location of your certdb is.
Thanks for your reply.
How can I make sure that the private key is in my current certdb when I create new cert db?
certutil -K is giving me "certutil: function failed: security library: bad database".
Surprisingly I was able to install the cert I got using steps I mentioned in my previous post.That's properly because the subject name you provided when you generated the CSR is different from the hostname that your web server is returning.
I had one warning came up saying: server cert nickname not matching with the cert subject name.