Is it one of those new fancy 4096 keys? There was a PTF out for this
for V5R4... Not sure for V7R1.

You should be able to see the size by clicking on it and viewing it on
your PC...

Brad
www.bvstools.com

On Thu, Apr 19, 2012 at 4:18 PM, Aaron Bartell <aaronbartell@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I am on a new V7R1 LPAR and setup the *SYSTEM SSL store about 1 month ago.
 I saved the CSR data during the *SYSTEM store setup.

Then today I went to get my first CA SSL certificate for this machine and
am getting this message when I paste my CSR into the SSL providers website:

"The CSR uses an unsupported key size!"

Does anybody know how I can tell what key size was used for the CSR?  I
tried putting it in a .cer file but that didn't work.

As a last resort, does anybody know how to do a full reset of the *SYSTEM
SSL store so I can go through the setup again?

Aaron Bartell
www.MowYourLawn.com/blog
www.OpenRPGUI.com
www.SoftwareSavesLives.com
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