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Be more explicit about the .cer upload step #1089

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@ogrisel

When following this section of the howto for the first time I browsed the management interface and could not find were to upload the .cer file.

@ogrisel

I won't bother my current employer with signin the CLA for such a small doc fix as I will soon leave my current position. So either wait till May 17 so I can sign the CLA in my own name or feel free to fix this line of doc manually in master with merging my PR.

@mollybostic
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@ogrisel

The signed CLA should now be in @mollybostic's inbox.

@mollybostic mollybostic merged commit 64b1dfb into Azure:master
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@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ To create the `.cer` certificate, execute this:
For more information about Windows Azure certificates, see [Managing Certificates in Windows Azure](http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windowsazure/gg981929.aspx). For a complete description of OpenSSL parameters, see the documentation at [http://www.openssl.org/docs/apps/openssl.html](http://www.openssl.org/docs/apps/openssl.html).
-After you have created these files, you will need to upload the `.cer` file to Windows Azure via the [management portal][management-portal], and you will need to make note of where you saved the `.pem` file.
+After you have created these files, you will need to upload the `.cer` file to Windows Azure via the "Upload" action of the "Settings" tab of the [management portal][management-portal], and you will need to make note of where you saved the `.pem` file.
After you have obtained your subscription ID, created a certificate, and uploaded the `.cer` file to Windows Azure, you can connect to the Windows Azure managent endpoint by passing the subscription id and the path to the `.pem` file to **ServiceManagementService**:
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