According to the tutorial on Github, the files (cert, key, chain) are all generated in the designated output folder.
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# Posh-ACME Tutorial
- [Picking a Server](#picking-a-server)
- [Your First Certificate](#your-first-certificate)
- [DNS Plugins](#dns-plugins)
- [Renewals and Deployment](#renewals-and-deployment)
- [Going Into Production](#going-into-production)
- [(Advanced) DNS Challenge Aliases](#advanced-dns-challenge-aliases)
## Picking a Server
Before we begin, let's configure our ACME server to be the Let's Encrypt *Staging* server. This will let us figure out all of the commands and parameters without likely running into the production server's [rate limits](https://letsencrypt.org/docs/rate-limits/).
`LE_STAGE` is a shortcut for the Let's Encrypt Staging server's directory URL. You could do the same thing by specifying the actual URL which is https://acme-staging-v02.api.letsencrypt.org/directory. The other currently supported server shortcut is `LE_PROD` for the Let's Encrypt Production server. Any ACMEv2 compliant directory URL will work though.
Once you set a server, the module will continue to perform future actions against that server until you change it with another call to `Set-PAServer`. The first time you connect to a server, a link to its Terms of Service will be displayed. You should review it before continuing.
You’ll need to find the output folder in your system and fetch the files.