Secure Mobile Access 100 10.2 Administration Guide

Importing a Server Certificate on Windows

In this use case, we import a Microsoft CA server certificate to a Windows system. In this case, the purpose is to use an SSL certificate for application offloading to a mail server.

The server certificate is This certificate needs to be exported in base-64 format as the server.crt file that is put in a .zip file and uploaded as a Server Certificate.

The private key is not included in the .p7b file. The private key needs to be exported from wherever it is and saved in a base-64 format and included in a server.key file in the .zip file.

  1. Double-click on the file and navigate to the certificate.

  2. Double-click the certificate file and select the Details tab.
  3. Click Copy to File.
  4. In the Certificate Export Wizard, select Base-64 encoded X.509 (.CER).
  5. Click Next and save the file as server.crt on your Windows system. The certificate is exported in base-64 encoded format.
  6. Add the server.crt file to a .zip file.
  7. Separately save the private key in base-64 format as server.key.
  8. Add the server.key file to the .zip file that contains server.crt.
  9. Upload the .zip file to the server as a Server Certificate.

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