CompTIA Security+ Question D-19

An administrator has successfully implemented SSL on using wildcard certificate *, and now wishes to implement SSL on Which of the following files should be copied from srv4 to accomplish this?

A. certificate, private key, and intermediate certificate chain
B. certificate, intermediate certificate chain, and root certificate
C. certificate, root certificate, and certificate signing request
D. certificate, public key, and certificate signing request

Answer: A

a wildcard certificate is a public key certificate which can be used with multiple subdomains of a domain. In public-key cryptography, the receiver has a private key known only to them; a public key corresponds to it, which they make known to others. The public key can be sent to all other parties; the private key is never divulged. A symmetric algorithm requires that receivers of the message use the same private key. Thus you should copy the certificate, the private key and the intermediate certificate chain from srv4 to srv5.