When you deploy an instance of Authentication Manager, communication between the browser, and the Security Console, Operations Console, and Self-Service Console is secured by a long-lived secure socket layer (SSL) certificate. If you replace the console certificate, and in turn, import a new certificate, you must activate the certificate to make it available for use.
To activate a secure socket layer (SSL) certificate, the certificate must have a subject field that contains a common name (CN) with a value equal to the fully qualified hostname (FQHN) of the instance you are administering.
Before you begin
You must be a Super Admin and an Operations Console administrator.