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Installing a Certificate on Exchange 2007 Once you have purchased your certificate, and the domains have been validated as under your ownership, you will receive an email containing the certificate. The certificate file should be copied onto your Exchange 2007 server. It is then installed using the Import-ExchangeCertificate cmdlet. Note: do NOT use the Certificates snap-in for the MMC to install the certificate. This will not work for Exchange 2007! Open the Exchange Management Shell. T...
Installing CA Certificates for VPN 3000 Series Concentrator To install the CA certificate, begin at the VPN Concentrator Manager Administration | Certificate Management screen. When you begin, there are no entries in the Certificate Authorities, Identity Certificates, SSL Certificates, or Enrollment Status fields. Figure 1 Administration | Certificate Management Screen Step 3 Click Click here to install a CA certificate. The Administration | Certificate Management | Install screen disp...
Sendmail can be configured to encrypt email via the secure socket layer (SSL) when you want to send and receives emails. 1) Open sendmail configuration file /etc/mail/sendmail.mc (although your distribution might keep it elsewhere) using text editor such as vi, emacs, nano with write access: # vi /etc/mail/sendmail.mc Now append/modify following directives: define(`confCACERT_PATH',`/etc/mail/ssl/certs')      -- location to find certificates define(`confCACERT'...
Installing your SSL Certificate on Microsoft IIS 5.x / 6.x Note: Please have a copy of your SSL certificate handy. This will either be your_domain.crt or your_domain.cer as this file will be used during the installation process. Typically, CER files contain the: Root, Intermediate and Domain Certificate all rolled into one whereas, CRT is just the certificate. Open up the Control Panel and open Administrative Tools. Note: Some versions of Windows Adminstrative Tools can be found ...
apache apache apache apache apache apache apache apache apache apache apache apache Installing your Certificate on Apache with mod_ssl Extract all of the contents of the ZIP file that was sent to you and copy/move them to your server. The extracted contents will typically be named: yourDomainName.crt and yourDomainName.ca-bundle Note: If you received several .crt files in your ZIP file please use this article to make yourDomainName.ca-bundle Move all of the certificate rel...
Installing SSL Certificate Chain (Root, Intermediate(s) and the End Entity) Tomcat, tomcat, tomcat, tomcat 1. Import Root Certificate       -> keytool -import -trustcacerts -alias AddTrustExternalCARoot -file AddTrustExternalCARoot.crt -keystore domain.keystore 2. Import Intermediate(s)       -> keytool -import -trustcacerts -alias intermediate_filename -file intermediate_filename.crt -keystore domain.keyst...
Certificate Installation: IIS 7.x Install to Web Server 1. Open Internet Information Services Manager (IISM) to the appropriate Server Start -> Administrative Tools -> IISM -> Server Name 2. Open the Server Certificates icon. 3. Open 'Complete Certificate Request' Wizard From the 'Actions' Menu on the left select 'Complete Certificate Request' 4. Proceed to Complete Certificate Request' Wizard Fill out all appropriate information. You may need to browse to ...
Plesk 7 & 8 Certificate Installation Install Certificate to Server 1. Login to Plesk Control Panel Plesk 7 2. Select 'Domains' from the left hand menu. Plesk 8 2. Click 'Home' and scroll to the bottom of the page. 3. Click on the 'Domain name' that the certificate is for. 4. Click on the 'Certificates' icon located under Services. 5. Install End Entity/Domain & CA Certificates Uploading Certificates a. Upload Entity/Dom...
Certificate Installation: WHM/CPanel Note: This guide assumes that the user has access to the 'SSL Manager' inside WHM. If you are not an administrator, you will not be able to install the certificate and will have to contact your administrator in order to do so. 1. In the box labeled 'Install a SSL Cert' you will need to paste in your end entity/domain certificate that was sent. Typically this is the one that is labeled 'yourDomainName.crt'. You may need to open the certificate in your f...
Certificate Installation: WHM/cPanel 11 1. Login to the cPanel 'Control Panel' 2. Click SSL/TLS Manager under the Security section. 3. Click on Generate, view, upload or delete SSL Certificates in the 'Certificates' section. 4. Import Domain/End Entity Certificate. a. Copy and Paste the contents of 'yourDomainName.crt' into the text box labeled 'Paste the crt below' in the 'Upload a New Certificate' section. - or - b. Click 'Browse' and navigate to 'yourDomainName.cr...
Importing a Certificate To import a certificate, perform the following steps: 1. Rename yourFullyQualifiedDomain.crt to server.crt. 1. Navigate to the System > Certificates In this area you can view the currently loaded certificate, upload a digital certificate and generate a new CSR. 2. Click Import Certificate. 3. Click Browse. 4. Locate the zipped file that contains the private key and certificate on your disk or network storage drive and select it. Any filename will...
Import Root & Intermediate Certificate(s) into Oracle Wallet Manager (OWM). Note: This must be done BEFORE the end entity/domain certificate. Select Operations > Import Trusted Certificate from the Menu Bar. Choose the Select a file that contains the certificate option. Browse to and select the Root CA file. Note: In most cases this will be AddTrustExternalCARoot.crt. Click OK Repeat steps for the remaining Comodo Intermediate certificate(s). ...
Certificate Installation: F5 Firepass Click Security. Click the Certificates link. Click the Install link next to Install/Renew Certificate. Click the Add New Certificate button at the bottom of the screen. Copy the certificate along with the private key and paste them into the appropriate boxes. First Box: Paste the contents of the certificate in PEM format. This is the plain-text version of the whole yourDomain.crt...
Certificate Installation: Citrix Access Gateway 4.5 Citrix Access Gateway SSL installation must be done through the Administration Tool. Select the Access Gateway Cluster tab and then open the window for the appliance. Under the Administration tab select Browse next to Upload a .crt signed certificate Click Browse and navigate to the yourDomain.crt file. Back on the Administration tab, click the Manage button to the right of Manage trusted root certificate...
Certificate Installation: FileZilla Server Warning: Please be aware that Filezilla Server will not see more than *TWO* Intermediates. If you're unsure how many intermediates you have, then please consult our document: Which is Root? Which is Intermediate? Be sure to generate your private key and CSR with OpenSSL Note: Instructions on how to generate them can be found here. Be sure to have: yourDomain.crt, yourDomain.ca-bundle, and yourDomain.key in the same directory/folder. ...
Step 1 When Comodo returns the Identity Certificate to you, return to the Identity Certificates panel, select the pending certificate entry, and click the now active Install button. Step 2 To assign the newly installed certificate for use with SSL VPN, navigate to the SSL Settings panel by SSL Settings hot link in the text under the list of certificates. Step 3 In the SSL Settings panel, double-click the interface to be assigned to the certificate. the Edit SSL Certificate panel opens. ...
Once you receive your certificate issuance ZIP file, extract the file(s) contained in the ZIP file to the server. We recommend extracting these to the Desktop or a new directory all together. Option 1 From the Exchange Management Shell, run the following command to install the server, root, and intermediate certificates to their respective certificate stores: Import-ExchangeCertificate -FileData ([Byte[]]$(Get-Content -Path c:\certificates\YOUR_CERTIFICATE.cer -Encoding byte -ReadCount 0)) ...
SSL Certificate Installation in Webstar How to install your SSL Digital Certificate on a Webstar Server 1. Once you have received your SSL Certificate files from Comodo open a text editor and paste the contents of each certificate one after another in the following order: 1. The Primary Certificate (your_domain_name.crt) 2. The Intermediate Certificate(s) (UTN AddTrust, ComodoUTN, Comodo High Assurance) 3. The Root Certificate (TrustedRoot.crt) Ma...
Certificate Installation: Exchange 2010 (Certificate Wizard)Prerequisites: * ZIP file you received with your Comodo order. -OR- * Your Exchange Certificate, which may be yourDomain_com.crt (or .cer) or YourOrderNumber.crt (or .cer) Note: These files need to be present on your Exchange Server in order to follow these instructions. Start the Exchange Management Console by going to Start > Programs > Microsoft Exchange 2010 > Exchange Management Console. Click the link...
SSL installation of Kerio MailServer 1. Once you have received the certificate, this exact information must be saved as *.crt to some location on thelocal hard drive. 2. Locate the /sslcert directory. * OSX: /usr/local/kerio/mailserver * Windows: C:/program files/kerio/mailserver * Red Hat: /opt/kerio/mailserver 3. Locate the *.csr file. This is the request file, it should be named something like server1.csr. 4. Copy the signed certificate into this direc...
Certificate Installation: f5 BIG-IP v9.x+Installing the Entity SSL Certificate Launch the f5 BIG-IP web GUI. Under Local Traffic select SSL Certificates. Click on the name you assigned to the certificiate under General Properties while creating the CSR. Browse to the CRT file(s) that you received from Comodo. Example: STAR_domain_com.crt, your_fqdn.crt Click Open and then Import. Your SSL Certificate is now installed! Enabling your Intermediate Certificate In the web GUI, choos...
Installation using OCS 2007 Certificate Wizard Open the ZIP file containing your certificate. Copy your_domain_name.cer the Office Communications Server where you you generated the CSR. 1. On the server click Start, then Programs, then Administrative Tools, and then click Office Communications Server 2007. 2. Expand the snap-in until you find the Enterprise Edition Server. 3. Right click on the Office Communications Server where the CSR was generated previously, and click...
f5 BIG-IP SSL Certificate Installation Install your SSL Certificate to a f5 BIG-IP Loadbalancer (version 9) Installing the SSL Certificate 1. Launch the F5 BIGIP web GUI. 2. Under Local Traffic select "SSL Certificates." 3. Click on the name you assigned to the certificate under "General Properties" while creating the CSR. 4. Browse to the your_domain_name.crt file that you received from Comodo. 5. Click "Open" and then "Import." Your SSL Certificate file is now in...
Procedure for Uploading Chained Certificates to the Cisco WLAN 4400: When you receive the .zip file from Comodo it will contain the following files "The Entity (domain certificate), The Root, and The Intermediate Certificates". You will need to combine them into one .pem file. To accomplish the task of changing the .crt file to a .pem file you will need to do the following: 1.Open each .crt file in a text editor (notepad, wordpad, etc.) 2.Open an additional blank text editor page...
Installation of the COMODO Certificate on Cisco ACS Complete these steps: Note: Also note that if your server certificate is created using an intermediate CA, you need to repeat these steps for every CA in the chain between the root CA and the server certificate, which includes the root CA certificate. Step 1 In the navigation bar, click System Configuration. The System Configuration page opens. Step 2 Click ACS Certificate Setup. Step 3 Click Install ACS Certificate. Step 4...
How to install SSL certificate for Citrix Access Gateway 5.0 To install SSL certificate for Citrix Access Gateway 5.0, perform the following steps. Step 1: Install SSL certificate The COMODO SSL Certificate will be sent by email. The certificate click on the link to extract the zip file, copy and paste it into a text editor (save as cert.pem) such as Notepad or Notepad ++. Do not use Microsoft Word or other word processing programs that may add characters. Confirm that there are no ext...
CERTIFICATE INSTALLATION: NGINX Needed for this task: * PEM encoded certificates (Root, Intermediate(s) and Domain/Device) COMBINE (CONCATENATE) MULTIPLE CERTIFICATES INTO ONE FILE Combining the certificates into one file can be accomplished in many ways. NOTE: Please be aware that the file names used in this article are for _EXAMPLE PURPOSES ONLY_! So please modify accordingly to suit your needs based on the type and or product name of the certificate you have. If you're unsure what fi...
Sun Java 7 SSL Certificate Installation Install your SSL Digital Certificate with Sun's "Install Server Certificate Wizard" Go to the Certificates Tab/Server Certificates. Start the "Install Server Certificate Wizard," choose your configuration, and when prompted enter the password assigned while creating the CSR. On step three, you can either browse to the your_domain_name.crt file you received from Comodo, or open that file with a text editor and paste it into the "Certi...
This article is for administrators who prefer the command shell! When your certificate is issued you'll typically receive a file called store_acmesave_com.cer. Save it on the server and from the same directory run: certreq -accept store_acmesafe_com.cer This will install the cert in the Windows certificate store and it will be available to those services and products that make use of the Windows certificate store. These products include but are not limited to: IIS, Exchange, Active Dir...
Certificate Installation for GLASSFISH: After approval you need to download a zip file which contains all certificates you need. During this step you will be asked for which server you are downloading certificates. You could select other because glassfish is not listed. Your download may contain 3 files Depending on the Certificate Type: For Example: Root: AddTrustExternalCARoot.crt Intermediate: COMODOSSLCA.crt Entity: mydomain.com.crt First file "bund...
Certificate Installation: vsftpd Combine your certificate and CA certificate(s) into one file (e.g. your.server.pem). Note: If you are unsure of how to do this, please use the following instructions: CSR Generation: Using OpenSSL Move the file created, as a result of the previous step, to the location where you store certificates (Examples: /usr/share/ssl/certs/, /etc/ssl/certs/) Move your private key, that you created when you generated your CSR, to the location where you store priva...
Installing a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) using IBM HTTP Server Start the 'IKEYMAN' software - either by running the command 'IKEYMAN' or loading the GUI version. Select 'Key Database File' from the main menu and choose 'Open'. Choose and enter a new Key Database name. Click 'OK'. Enter your password for the database. Select 'Signer Certificates' in the Key Database content frame, click the 'Add' button. Select the root certificate file, and click 'OK'. Repeat Steps 5 ...
Install your SSL certificate on a Lotus Domino Web Server version 8.5 As is the case when working with certificate keystores (e.g. Tomcat), you need to make sure that when importing your SSL certificates to your Lotus Domino Server that the files are imported to the same key ring as was used when creating your CSR. If that key ring is lost, you will need to create a new key ring & CSR and request a reissue before proceeding with the installation. Your certificates will need to be installed...
Installing a Certificate on Cobalt RaQ based Servers This guide is intended to show you how to install a certificate on Cobalt RaQ servers. This covers the RaQ 4, XTR and 550 devices. Go to the 'Server Management' screen. Click the green icon [wrench for RaQ, pencil for XTR] next to the virtual site on which you want to enable SSL. The 'Site Management' screen appears. Click 'Site Settings' on the left side. [Then 'General' for XTR] Open the certificate file in a text-editor (ty...
To import your CA certificates, please perform the following: Double click on the .crt file that you were sent. When asked which keychain, select 'System' OR if you prefer the command-line, from Terminal type: sudo /usr/bin/security add-trusted-cert -d -r trustRoot -k "/Library/Keychains/System.keychain" "/path/to/ca-certificate/here.crt" NOTE: This is all one command, not two. To import the SSL (entity) certificate, please perform the following: Locate all of your certific...
Before you begin Obtain private keys and digital certificates from a reputable certificate authority such as COMODO. Create identity and trust keystores. Load the private keys and trusted CAs into the keystores. By default, WebLogic Server is configured with two keystores, to be used for development only. DemoIdentity.jks: Contains a demonstrati...
Restart SSL In this release of WebLogic Server, all server SSL attributes are dynamic. When modified via the Console, they cause the corresponding SSL server or channel SSL server to restart and use the new settings for new connections. Old connections will continue to run with the old configuration. To ensure that all the SSL connections exist according to the specified configuration, you must reboot WebLogic Server. Use the...