Importing a Certificate
When importing a certificate you must upload either a PKCS #12 (
.pfx) file containing the private key and certificate, or a zip file containing the PEM-formatted private key file named “server.key” and the PEM-formatted certificate file named
.zip file must have a flat file structure (no directories) and contain only
You can import a CRL certificate under CA certificates that checks whether the user certificate is revoked from the server or not. So, if you perform certificate authentication with a revoked certificate, a warning is displayed that the certificate has been revoked.
To import a certificate
- Navigate to the System > Certificates page.
- Click Import Certificate. The Import Certificate dialog box is displayed.
- Click Browse.
- Locate the server certificate. If uploading from a PKCS #12 file, select the
.pfx file from your disk or network drive. If uploading a zipped file containing the private key and certificate, select the
.zip file from your disk or network drive. Any filename is accepted, but it must have the “
.zip” extension. The zipped file should contain a certificate file named
server.crt and a certificate key file named server.key. The key and certificate must be at the root of the zip, or the file is not uploaded.
After the certificate has been uploaded, the certificate is displayed in the Certificates list in the System > Certificates page.
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