In this use case, we format a goDaddy Root CA Certificate on a Windows system and then import it to our Secure Mobile Access (SMA) appliance.
Double-click on the goDaddy.p7b file to open the Certificates window and navigate to the goDaddy certificate.
The .p7b format is a PKCS#7 format certificate file, a very common certificate format.
Double-click the certificate file and select the Details tab.
- Click Copy to File. The Certificate Export Wizard launches.
- In the Certificate Export Wizard, click Next.
Select Base-64 encoded X.509 (.CER) and then click Next.
- In the File to Export screen, type the file name in as goDaddy.cer and then click Next.
- In the Completing the Certificate Export Wizard screen, verify the path and format and then click Finish.
Click OK in the confirmation dialog box.
The certificate is exported in base-64 encoded format. You can view it in a text editor.
In the Secure Mobile Access management interface, navigate to System > Certificates.
In the Additional CA Certificates section, click Import CA Certificate. The Import CA Certificate window appears.
- In the Import Certificate window, click Please select file to upload and navigate to the goDaddy.cer file on your Windows system and double-click it, or drag-and-drop the file from your file manager into the window.
Click Upload. The certificate is listed in the Additional CA Certificates table.
- Navigate to System > Restart and restart the SMA appliance for the CA certificate to take effect.