Generating a CSR on IIS 7.x

Click Start

Select Administrative Tools

Start Internet Services Manager

Click Server Name

From the center menu, double-click the "Server Certificates" button in the "Security" section.
Select "Actions" menu (on the right), click on "Create Certificate Request."

This will open the Request Certificate wizard
In the "Distinguished Name Properties" window, enter the information as follows:
- The Common Name field should be the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) or the web address for which you plan to use your IIS SSL Certificate. You will need to insure that the common name submitted in the CSR is the correct domain name / FQDN that you intend to use the certificate for. For wildcard SSL certificates the common name should contain at least one asterisks (*) e.g. *,*,etc
- Enter Organisation and Organisation Unit, these are your company name and department respectively.
- Enter your City/locality, State/province and Country/region.
- Click Next.
In the "Cryptographic Service Provider Properties" window, Leave Cryptographic Service provider Default (Microsoft RSA SChannel Cryptographic Provider) Change the Bit Length to (2048) then Click Next.
Enter a filename and location to save your CSR. You will need this CSR to enroll for your IIS SSL Certificate then Click Finish

Your new CSR is now contained within the file c:\certreq.txt