Autofill Does Not Generate Key Certificate

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Sep 12, 2014 The -key option specifies an existing private key (domain.key) that will be used to generate a new CSR. The -new option indicates that a CSR is being generated. Generate a CSR from an Existing Certificate and Private Key. Use this method if you want to renew an existing certificate but you or your CA do not have the original CSR for some reason. Click on Autofill to fetch the corresponding Private key which should be stored on the same server where CSR code was generated. Note: If the private key is not auto filled you can copy and paste it into the field provided if you had saved it during CSR creation.

Ssh Installing the public key as an authorized key on a serverWith both and servers, access to an account is granted by adding the public key to a file on the server.To install the public key, Log into the server, edit the authorizedkeys file with your favorite editor, and cut-and-paste the public key output by the above command to the authorizedkeys file.

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I'm not sure if this is a Comodo/VPS/WHM issue
However, I purchased a cheap little SSL from Comodo with my domain I am using for the server, but when I try to install it via 'Install SSL on a Domain.'
I enter the domain, enter the Certificate as provided by Comodo, but when I try to 'Autofill by Certificate' to get the Private Key in, it just hangs at the loading bar forever, and never completes.
Also tried with and without the provided CA Bundle.
Tried 3 different browsers (opera base install, chrome w/no extensions, and firefox), checked error logs I would think to check, ran tails while doing the install on all log files in cpanel and apache.
I see nothing 'error out' but it just won't autofill.