Import a Signed Virtual Host Certificate

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After you download all of the certificate files in the signing chain from your certificate authority (CA), you must import the files to replace the existing virtual host certificate with the new certificate.

Before you begin 

  • You must be an Operations Console Administrator.

  • Download the CA root certificate, all other certificates that are part of the signing chain, and the new virtual host certificate.

Procedure 

  1. In the Operations Console, click Deployment Configuration > Certificates > Virtual Host Certificate Management.

    Beginning with the root certificate, perform the following steps for each certificate in the signing chain.

  2. In the Virtual Host Certificate Management page, click Import Certificates.

  3. In the Import Certificate page under Certificate Basics, do one of the following:

    For a certificate made in response to a CSR from the Operations Console:

    • In the Import Certificate field, browse to the location where the certificate is stored. This file contains either a CA root certificate or the SSL certificate from the CA.

    • For Type of Certificate to Import, select PKCS#7 (*.cer or *.p7b).

    For a certificate made in response to a CSR from a certificate tool of your choice:

    • In the Import Certificate field, browse to the location where the certificate is stored. This file contains one or more certificates and the private key for the new certificate.

    • For Type of Certificate to Import, select PKCS#12 (*.pfx or*.p12).

    • In the Password field, enter the password for the PKCS#12 file.

  4. Click Import.

After you finish 

Activate a Virtual Host Certificate

 

 


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