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error encountered when adding SSL to DCO 8.2.2 webmin

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error encountered when adding SSL to DCO 8.2.2 webmin

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jimmy Leung on 2018-05-07


After either uploaded a key file or a certificate file, Webmin responded with error:

Missing parameters. -cKeyFile=/path/to/key/file ; -cFile=/path/to/cert/file. 

Any idea where to overcome this?

(CID:130683485)


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Re: error encountered when adding SSL to DCO 8.2.2 webmin

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-05-07


Hi Jimmy,

Perhaps it is not in expected format, as described in the following page: Changing SSL certificate on the server

For you to be able to change to your SSL certificate on the DCO server, it needs to be an Apache 2.x/PEM format certificate consisting of two files (*.key, *.crt).

Kind regards

(CID:130683550)

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Re: error encountered when adding SSL to DCO 8.2.2 webmin

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-05-07


Hi Jimmy,

Perhaps it is not in expected format, as described in the following page: Changing SSL certificate on the server

For you to be able to change to your SSL certificate on the DCO server, it needs to be an Apache 2.x/PEM format certificate consisting of two files (*.key, *.crt).

Kind regards

(CID:130683550)

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