Sec/User Mgmt: Step 3. Import Server Certificate and Trusted CA Certificate

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This topic describes the procedure to import a Security Analytics server certificate with its key and trusted Certificate Authority (CA) certificate required to enable Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) authentication.

Prerequisites

Make sure that you have:

  • Configured Active Directory to enable authentication for external groups. For more information, see Configure Active Directory.
  • Mapped external groups to Security Analytics user roles. For more information, see Step 2. Map User Roles to External Groups.
  • The Security Analytics server certificate with its private key. For more information, see Step 5. (Optional) Use Custom Server Certificate.
  • The trusted CA certificates. This can be the root CA's or Intermediate CA's certificate up to root CA.
  • The Security Analytics user certificate signed by one of the trusted CAs in the Security Analytics server.

Next Step:

Step 4. Configure User Principal Settings

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