7. Click Next
8. Select the "Create a new certificate" option and click Next
9. Select the "Prepare the request now, but send it later" option, and click Next
10. Type a Friendly Name for the certificate (This can be anything)
11. Select the "Bit Length" (Default 1024) and whether you want to use SGC (server gated Cryptography), then click Next
12. Input the Organization (O) and the Organizational Unit (OU) fields. Click Next
13. Input the Common Name (Fully Qualified Domain Name - www.yourdomain.com). This MUST reflect the web server DNS Name. Click Next
14. Input the Country/Region, City and State. This information must be correct - abbreviations will not be accepted by the system
15. Select where the file will be saved, and the name of the file. Typically, the root of the Hard Drive, or on Desktop is recommended, so the file can be found quickly. Once you have selected the name and location, click Next.
16. You will now be presented with a summary screen of all the information that has been inputted. Insure all information is correct, and click Next
17. You have now generated your Certificate Signing Request. Select Finish to close the wizard.
This file can now be submitted via the web site