Question about customer provided Cert without CSR/private-key
I'm pretty sure I know the answer to this, but I thought I would ask anyway. I get customers all the time who want me to install a certificate onto their ASA, which they already purchased. Often it's a wild-card cert (ugh), but regardless, I always get the same response when I ask for the private key or CSR,.. "I don't understand" or "I don't have that" or "I only have the zip file from GoDaddy". ugh....
Is there a way to use a private-key/CSR which is generated after the public cert has been created/signed by the CA? I'm 99.9% sure the answer is no, but I thought I would ask. If it were possible I know it would be a hack, and yes just using a self-signed cert would be easier, but sometimes it's just not worth the hassle of trying to explain.
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