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Old 09-03-2014, 11:14 AM
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Question Certificates on Ignition server

Our security dept renewed or Root and Signing CA certificates. When I try to load the new certificates into our Ignition server it says the name cannot match an existing certificate and refuses to load.

Don't I need the old and new since most of our objects were signed with the old. Or can I just delete the old and load the new?

Many of our objects were not signed with the new certificates yet.

Or will the ignition server only look at the name on the certificate for trust? None of the other information on the certificate matters? date, serial # etc..

Trying to understand how this is going to work.
Brian Holmes

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certificate, eap-tls, ide, ignition

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