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Wynand de Beer_ Absent Member.
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Importing CA certs into uCMDB

Hi.

The customer wants to know if they can import CA certs of the format .pfx, .p12 into uCMDB in order to enable SSL. Is this at all possible?

If it is, can we use the same steps to do it as in the Hardening of the Environment Guide?

Any help will be appreciated.

Regards,

Wynand de Beer



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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Re: Importing CA certs into uCMDB

Hi,

This forum is for DDMI not DDM-AE/UCMDB. Please post your questions on the "Business Availability Center" forum at
http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/categoryhome.do?categoryId=875

Regards,
Brindusa
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Knowledge Partner
Knowledge Partner

Re: Importing CA certs into uCMDB

Hi Wynand

Do you want to enable SSL between the Probe and the manager?

If you want to load a self signed certificate you can get the import export command in the UCMDB deployment guide. If its a CA certificate you propably dont need to import the certificate on the DDM Probe.

--Regards
--Mario
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