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CMS-XML Client Certificate Authentication adds intermediate certificate to the Windows Trusted Root store
After enabling and applying the Client Certificate Authentication, Configurator will add the intermediate certificate in the client certificate chain to the Windows > Certificates > Trusted Root Certification Authorities store. This prevents the use IIS to proxy all connections from working when IIS is set to require client certificates .
CMS-XML How to install an SSL certificate into the RLC 5.x/RLM 4.x/ALM 3.x JRE keystore for Serena Common Tomcat
When Tomcat needs to communicate with other systems via SSL, the JRE used by the Serena Common Tomcat will need to have the root certificate installed. If you do not know which JRE is being used by Serena Common Tomcat, you can follow these steps:
CMS-XML DimCM: SSL: How to enable SSL for Dimensions CM Server with your own CA Certificate
This keystore contains a certificate which has a CN of ‘localhost’ with the Root of Serena Sample CA-2. This file is located in the $Tomcat\conf directory.
CMS-XML DimCM: SSL: How to enable SSL for Dimensions CM with SBM SSO Server with your own CA Certificate
keystore file. This keystore contains a certificate which has a CN of ‘localhost’ with the Root of Serena Sample CA-2. This file is located in the $Tomcat\conf directory.
CMS-XML How to install the SBM certificate into the ZMF Connector (ALM Connector) java keystore
For more information on this see KB S139798 Let's assume that from step one you have a file called MyCert.cer located in the root of the C: drive. Open a command prompt and navigate to the following location:
CMS-XML How to install a self signed certificate or Certificate Authority certificate into the SBM Java Keystore.
For more information on this see KB S139798 Let's assume that from step one you have a file called MyCert.cer located in the root of the C: drive. Open a command prompt and navigate to the following location:
CMS-XML Configurator does not import IIS certificate chain
Choose the local computer Import intermediate certificates into the Intermediate Certificate Authorities\Certificates folder Import the root certificate into the Trusted Root Certificate Authorities\ Certificates folder.
CMS-XML Composer error - connection attempt failed. Could not connect to the Repository. Please check that the connection settings are correct. The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation procedure.
This error usually happens when the client machine being used doesn't have the Tomcat/JBoss used by SBM in it's trusted root authorities certificates . If you use the sample certificate in configurator on your SBM server this will most likely happen.
CMS-XML Web Browser complains the SSL certificate has expired, even though the expiration date is in the future.
The certificate shown by the browsers is that of the server itself, but it validated the entire certificate chain. If the server certificate is valid, check the rest of the chain to ensure the root certificate , and any intermediate one(s), have not expired either.
CMS-XML How to install/import a certificate into Windows
Choose to place the certificate in "Trusted Root Certificate Authorities" store, and click Next. Review the details, and click Finish.
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