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I've been looking for a method to handle checking my domain for certificates that are in use, but my provider doesn't provide a tool to see how many are currently in use. I've stumbled upon the following but I'm unfamiliar with it and unsure of its legitimacy.


If bad, can you make any other suggestions on what I should do/use? I'm proficient in Powershell scripting.

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What do you mean by "checking my domain for certificates that are in use" ? – M'vy Aug 2 '11 at 9:18
I have a number of ssl certs that I've purchased from a multiple providers, but i've no idea offhand how many of them I put in use by a specific provider. I've contacted the providers and none of them provide a tool to check what is in use, only what has been purchased. – Jonathan Aug 2 '11 at 22:39