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Old 12-23-2016, 07:50 AM
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Exclamation Application Server - SSL Wildcard Cert woes


I am currently trying to get our Wildcard cert to work on an Application server that we just installed. I've converted the cert to PFX and installed it onto the IPO 500v2 that we have. That works great. The problem arises when I try to installed the cert on the App Server. I keep getting the self signed certificate. Specifically from the One-X server(which is really the only web interface I care about since it is used quite a bit).

I've read the doc, Applied the cert using the :7070 interface, rebooted, Still nothing. I tried importing the CA cert also on the 7071 interface. Nothing. I'm working in 9.1 and I have two different versions I can test with. Thanks.

Can anyone offer any assistance? Thanks in advance!

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Old 12-28-2016, 03:45 AM
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maybe this document can help.

I am not a specialist regarding certs.
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application server, ip office 9.1, one-x, one-x portal

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