On May 25, 2022, at 6:25 PM, Pete Helgren <pete@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
OK. Just to hopefully stick a fork in this issue. In the new DCM, the process is as follows:
Login to the new DCM. Select "Open Certificate Store" and choose "*System". Under "Certificates" there should be a link to "Import". On the "Import Certificate" page choose certificate type of "Server or Client" (this is where I went wrong by choosing "CA Certificate")
Now, if you are like me an REUSE the CSR, make sure you check the "Automatically Renewed Certificate" checkbox. If you generated a new CSR, leave the checkbox unchecked. Select the location of the certificate file in the IFS and then continue. Mine imported right away. Worked like a champ with the new DCM.
Let me know if it doesn't work correctly for you.....
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On 5/25/2022 8:19 AM, Brad Stone wrote:
I was lucky to find that using the old DCM to import the cert worked (when
generating the CSR from the new DCM) because I thought shoot... if this
doesn't work I will probably have to buy a new cert... Not that it's a lot
of $$ but a hassle as well.
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