There are many administrative functions which can performed inside your DigiCert account to help facilitate your SSL certificate management. This information on this page is meant to be a basic account tutorial.
If you still have questions, we recommend that you contact us for assistance.
Order Number Link (Order Details/Collect Order)
Clicking on the linked Order Number in the DigiCert Web-PKI Manager will forward you to a web page, providing details for that order as well as download options for the SSL Certificate and Site Seal.
Displays the Common-Name (Domain) applied.
Displays the status of each certificate so you know when it has been issued.
Displays the lifetime of the certificate.
Displays the type of SSL certificate.
Displays the Expiration Date of each certificate.
If you click on the + icon next to an order, you will be able to access the following functions:
Allows you to quickly download the necessary certificates to install to your server.
Get Site Seal
Provides a convenient way for you to Reissue your own SSL Certificates. Simply click the link, paste a copy of your new CSR text/code into the provided text field and select your server platform from a predefined list (select box). As long as the information provided in the new CSR matches the previous CSR details (example: Organization Name, Common-Name, etc.) you can quickly reissue your own SSL Certificate.
Clicking on the Receipt link launches a popup window containing full receipt details for that certificate/order and provides a convenient print button
Renewal Notice Options
Allows you to turn on the notification emails to remind you when your certificate is expiring.
The Renew link is presented when a Certificate is within 90 Days of expiring. A reminder email notice is also triggered at the 90 day mark.
Other Account Tools
The links to other sections of your account can be found under your Quick Menu including the following:
Provides direct access to nearly all management functions of your DigiCert account, including Profile Editor, User Management, and Renewal Notification Options.
Make a deposit with a credit card or a purchase order, and check your account balance.
For Organizations who qualify, the DigiCert PO System provides a convenient way to place orders using a Net-30 Day Credit. Invoices are generated and sent via email, fax or snail-mail (any combination). Accepted payment methods against the invoice include, company or certified check, money order, direct deposit and bank wire.
Fairly straightforward, once your account has been established, you will always want to start the certificate purchase process from this tab.
Apply for Reseller Status
For those interested the DigiCert Authorized Partner program can provide a great opportunity for generating new revenue streams.