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When adding into the trust store you do not need the private key of that certificate. Private keys for the root and intermediary certs should never be imported into any other system for security reasons. You must use the CSR method from DCE to generate the certificate signing request and then get it signed by the CA. There is no way to generate your own cert/private key combo and import them into DCE. After getting the CSR signed, you should be provided with 1 or multiple files that contain the signed server certificate, intermediary certs (if applicable) and the root CA cert.
You should be importing the root cert and intermediary cert ONE at a time, repeating the process for each additional certificate:
Do not add the server certificate into the Server SSL Certificates section, as that needs to be added after the root and intermediary certs are added. This is done within the desktop client under: System > Server Administration Settings > Web Server > Modify Certificate > Add Certificate. You can then paste in the certificate and add it: