Create a CSR for Microsoft Servers Using the DigiCert Utility.
Generating a CSR for Microsoft Servers Using the DigiCert Certificate Management Utility
If you want a simple way to create a CSR that will work the same for any Microsoft server platform you've come to the right place. All you have to do to create a CSR is follow a few very simple instructions below:
Then click on the button labeled Create CSR.
Fill out the details with the relevant information about your company and the names you need secured in the SSL certificate you're requesting:
Common Name (CN, or sometimes called Distinguished Name aka DN) and any SANs you want included (if you're requesting a UC SAN Cert).
Your company's legally registered name, e.g. YourCompany, Inc. as well as the physical address for an office including its city, state, and country.
It is recommended the Key Size be left at 2048 bits.
Click on the Generate button.
A pop-up window will appear showing your CSR. You can then either copy the CSR directly to the clipboard by clicking 'Copy CSR', or save the CSR to file to send to DigiCert.