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Create a CSR for Dameware Internet Proxy server

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Updated March 22. 2019


The Dameware application does not have a CSR generator to use when requesting an SSL certificate from a CA provider so you can bind it to the Dameware Proxy URL. To generate the CSR, you can use the Windows certificate manager and create a customer CSR. Please refer to the steps below.


  • Dameware Remote Support Centralized (DRSC) version 12
  • Windows 2012 R2


  1. Open mmc.exe.
  2. Click File then select Add/Remove Snap-in.
  3. Add Certificate then Computer account.
  4. Leave Local Computer, click Finish then click OK.
  5. Select Create Custom Request.
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  6. Click Next.
  7. Make sure that Proceed without enrollment policy is selected, and click Next.
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  8. Select the options shown below.
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  9. Click Details to expand it and then click Properties.
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  10. Enter the Friendly name.
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  11. Click Subject tab then select entries like Common name, Organization, Organization Unit and Country. Add the value, and then click Add.
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  12. Click Private Key tab then expand Key options.
  13. Select Key size 2048, and then select the box Make the private key exportable.
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  14. Click Apply, and then OK.
  15. Click Next.
  16. Select the location where you want to save the CSR file and then enter the filename.
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  17. Click Finish.
  18. Send the CSR to your SSL certificate provider, and then request a certificate.




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