Once you’ve installed a certificate on a Web site, you can use the IIS snap-in to manage it. Key management tasks are discussed in this section.
Certificates contain the identity and geographic information specified in the original certificate request. They also have a number of properties set by the CA. These properties describe the certificate, set its authorized uses, and define the site for which the certificate is valid. If needed, you can modify the certificate to do the following:
Update the friendly name assigned when the certificate was created
Specify a detailed description of the certificate
Enable or disable purposes for which the certificate can be ...