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Certificate import to Logger 6.1 from Arcsight Express

Hi
i have an old Arcsight system, Express7200.
i want to forwared logs from the logger 6.1 to my arcsight in order to make that i need to import the certificate to the logger,

but when i am trying to make that, its just not doinng noting .
i followed that post :

but also like that, it didn't give me to import the certificate.  "There are no certificates to display"
any idea?

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Follow the steps below to obtain the certificate file from your Manager destination:
1. In your web browser of choice, go to https://<manager_hostname>:8443. A message displays stating that the security certificate is not
trusted.
2. Accept the certificate presented as follows, depending on your browser:
If you are using Firefox:
a. click on Add Exception. If you are using IE, click on Continue to this website.
b. click on View to view the certificate.
c. go to Details > Export.
d. Save the certificate as type X.509 Certificate. (Filename: *.PEM)
If you are using Internet Explorer:
a. click on Continue to this website.
b. click on Certificate Error next to the address bar
c. select View Certificate.
d. Go to the Detail tab, click Copy to File.
e. Save it as DER encoded binary X.509 (filename: *.CER)
3. In the Logger UI go to Configuration > Event Input/Output > Certificate tab.
4. Click Add and upload the file you just saved. If applicable, check the Overwrite Certificate box.

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Hi

first thank you for your answer

but i did that already. and it didnt work

and then uploaded the certificate as PEM format

any other idea ?

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Hi Just check whether the certificate is in PEM format

Several PEM certificates and even the Private key can be included in one file, one below the other. But most platforms(eg:- Apache) expects the certificates and Private key to be in separate files.

> They are Base64 encoded ACII files

> They have extensions such as .pem, .crt, .cer, .key

> Apache and similar servers uses PEM format certificates

Is your certificate with above extension? try with .cer it works

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