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DCE Server access SSL

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Aleksey Kilin on 2016-04-03


Hi

I trying to install company certificate on DCE 7.3.1 for ssl connection between client and server.

I doing a new request for certificate from Server Access Tab and provide it to authority.

A question what is the next step?

When i open add certificate screen i just need to paste what i get from authority or all chain (Root and etc.)

Can somebody help with this?

 

(CID:105470349)


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Re: DCE Server access SSL

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Rana Ajmal on 2016-04-03


Hi Aleksey,

Use this procedure to import a 3rd-party signed SSL certificate.

  1. In the Web Server tab for the "Server Administration Settings" display's Server Access option, click Modify Certificate.
  2. In the "Choose Certificate Action" display, select Add Certificate and click Next.
  3. In the "Add Certificate" display, use Ctrl+V to paste a copy of the certificate in the text box, or click Import Certificate to import the certificate from its text file, and click Next.
  4. In the "Update Certificate" display, click Finish to overwrite the current SSL certificate with the new SSL certificate.

     

    Note: You can log on to the server again after it finishes rebooting.

    for more info kindly open the below link

BR,

Rana Ajmal

(CID:105470351)

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Re: DCE Server access SSL

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Rana Ajmal on 2016-04-03


Hi Aleksey,

Use this procedure to import a 3rd-party signed SSL certificate.

  1. In the Web Server tab for the "Server Administration Settings" display's Server Access option, click Modify Certificate.
  2. In the "Choose Certificate Action" display, select Add Certificate and click Next.
  3. In the "Add Certificate" display, use Ctrl+V to paste a copy of the certificate in the text box, or click Import Certificate to import the certificate from its text file, and click Next.
  4. In the "Update Certificate" display, click Finish to overwrite the current SSL certificate with the new SSL certificate.

     

    Note: You can log on to the server again after it finishes rebooting.

    for more info kindly open the below link

BR,

Rana Ajmal

(CID:105470351)

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Re: DCE Server access SSL

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Aleksey Kilin on 2016-04-04


Thank you for your response .

Do you know if i need to import all chain of certificates (root authority ,intermediate and etc.) or just one certificate that i get from CA

 

BR ,

Aleksey Kilin

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Re: DCE Server access SSL

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Aleksey Kilin on 2016-04-04


Ok thank you i solve this you need just one certificate and not all chain

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