||include||style.htm|| ||include||body.htm|| $$Generate new Certificate Signing Request (CSR)$$ ||ifdef||ssl_per_domain|| $$for domain$$: ||domain|| ||else|| $$for server$$ ||ssl_host|| ||endif||

$$Current certificate details$$:

	$$Domain (Common Name)$$	: ||cert_domain||
	Alternative URLs		: ||cert_altname||
	$$Issued by$$			: ||cert_issuer||
	$$Valid until$$		: ||cert_valid||
	$$Organization Name$$ 		: ||cert_organisation||
	$$Organizational Unit Name$$ 	: ||cert_unit||
	$$Locality Name$$ 		: ||cert_city||
	$$State or Province Name$$  	: ||cert_state||
	$$Country Code$$ 		: ||cert_country||
$$New details$$:
||include||table.htm|| $$Domain / host name (also known as "Common Name")$$ Alternative browser URLs (eg www.foo.com,*.foobar.com) $$Organisation Name (eg. Netwin Ltd)$$ $$Organisational Unit (eg. Engineering)$$ $$State or Province (full name eg. none)$$ $$Locality Name (full city eg. Auckland)$$ $$Country Code (2 letter code eg. NZ)$$ $$Contact Address (contact email)$$ Certificate Bits (1024,2048) Replace Private Key (unwise) Replace Public Key (unwise)
$$This will generate a new private key. Based on this a CSR is generated and an untrusted certificate. You need to send the CSR to you signing authority to get a trusted certificate$$.