Go into your certificate store in operations navigator. You can change the expiration date there.

Joe frischman wrote:
We are using a self generated SSL Certificate that uses the local certificate
authority that resides on the as400. The certificates work fine, however they
expire once a year. It is a huge problem to have all of our users download a
new certificate every year.

Does anyone know of a way to create a certificate that lasts longer than one
year?

Thank you,

Joe

Joe Frischman
Network Administrator
South Coast ESD
541-269-4530
joef@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx



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