I am using sp2013. I have an acceptation environment and a production environment. On the accept environment I have installed the certificate successfully, but on production not.
On production I got this warning when I add the https binding in IIS:
One or more intermediate certificates in the certificate chain are missing. To resolve this issue, make sure that all of the intermediate certificates are installed. For more information, see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/954755. - See more at: http://www.aip.im/2010/12/error-in-iis-when-adding-secure-binding-because-intermediate-certificate-is-missing/#sthash.a3p3ZfN8.dpuf
There is a differance between these 2 environments. Accept has 1 frontend server and 1 sql environment. Production environment has 2 frontend servers and 2 sql servers.
These are the steps I did on accept environment. I add the certificate files in a folder. I go to IIS. I started "Server Certificates". I click right above on "Import". I browse to my certificate (.pfx) file. I entered the password and selected "Personal" store.
After this I selected the site and click on "Bindings". I Add a new binding and selected "https" and selected my new created certificate.
As last I created a new Alternative Access Mapping as zone "Intranet". The "Default" zone is still "http".
When I enter the https url inside the 2 frontend servers they are working fine without certificate erros. When I enter the https url from my local machine it cannot find the site, like it not exist. Local is only the http url working.
Do I need to do something else because I have on prod 2 frontend servers? I did the steps above on both prod frontend servers.
ps. I have also some other files for the certificate:
Here I selected my webaplication intranet:
Here I clicked on "Edit Public URLs":
Extra info: We are using loadbalancer for the 2 frontendserver in Citrix Netscaler. Maybe the issue is in Netscaler?