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I've Send the SSL certificate to Godaddy for signing.

They send me zipped file of signed certificate. When I opened the Zip file, It contain Two file. Out of those two file which should I've upload to salesforce.

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Should I've to upload both? If yes How?
Below are Two certificate provided by godaddy.

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  • This signed certificate is not correct for your Salesforce custom domain. Your Salesforce custom domain is www.shipperman.us and the generated certificated is for shipperman.us, both are different domains. You have to re-sign the certificate. – Saroj Bera Jun 15 '17 at 11:24
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Please check this dev forum link. You need to upload a single file that contains the SSL certificate, Intermediate CA Certificate and then the Root CA Certificate in that order.

1.Open a Notepad or any Text Editor.

2.Paste each certificate as per below order.

-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- 
(SSL certificate) 
-----END CERTIFICATE-----
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- 
(CA Intermediate certificate) 
-----END CERTIFICATE-----
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- 
(Root certificate) 
-----END CERTIFICATE------

3.Save the file as ".cer" file. Now upload the newly created ".cer" in Salesforce.

  • They provide only two. not three. So should I've put code from two file into one file as per your mentioned order. Correct? – Amol Jun 15 '17 at 11:03
  • It seems the Intermediate CA certificate is missing. All GoDaddy root and intermediate certificates are available at this link. But I don't know which one is correct. You should contact GoDaddy to get the intermediate certificate. – Saroj Bera Jun 15 '17 at 11:18
  • Thanks I've combined the both certificate into single. and its working fine. – Amol Jun 16 '17 at 5:52
  • Can you please help on this salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/177366/… – Amol Jun 16 '17 at 6:12

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