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Hi all, 

if my cell manager windows server SSL cert. need renew due to cert. expired, may I need to re-generate new cert. on data protector? and step is only using omnigencert.pl and restart DP services? thanks all!

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Re: windows SSL cert update

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Hello @HoraceD

The only moment that you need to regenerate the DP cert, is when the IP or hostname changes, or when the DP cert gets corrupted. 

And yes, the procedure is with the omnigencert.pl. Check those steps: 

Windows

  1. Go to ProgramData\OmniBack\Config\client\components\ and open the webservice.properties with the notepad.
  2. Search for keystorePassword and copy it.
  3. Run this command:
    Program Files\Omniback\bin\perl.exe omnigencert.pl -server_id short_name -server_san dns:short_name,dns:FQDN,ip:ip_address -user_id hpdp -store_password keystorePassword
  4. Then restart the services (omnisv -stop; omnisv -start)

 

Unix

  1. Go to /etc/opt/omni/client/components/ and search the files (ls). Open the webservice.properties (cat webservice.properties).
  2. Copy the keystorePassword.
  3. Run this command:
    /opt/omni/bin/perl /opt/omni/sbin/./omnigencert.pl -server_id short_name -server_san dns:short_name,dns:FQDN,ip:ip_address -user_id hpdp -store_password keystorePassword
  4. Then restart the services (omnisv -stop; omnisv -start)
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Re: windows SSL cert update

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Hello @HoraceD

The only moment that you need to regenerate the DP cert, is when the IP or hostname changes, or when the DP cert gets corrupted. 

And yes, the procedure is with the omnigencert.pl. Check those steps: 

Windows

  1. Go to ProgramData\OmniBack\Config\client\components\ and open the webservice.properties with the notepad.
  2. Search for keystorePassword and copy it.
  3. Run this command:
    Program Files\Omniback\bin\perl.exe omnigencert.pl -server_id short_name -server_san dns:short_name,dns:FQDN,ip:ip_address -user_id hpdp -store_password keystorePassword
  4. Then restart the services (omnisv -stop; omnisv -start)

 

Unix

  1. Go to /etc/opt/omni/client/components/ and search the files (ls). Open the webservice.properties (cat webservice.properties).
  2. Copy the keystorePassword.
  3. Run this command:
    /opt/omni/bin/perl /opt/omni/sbin/./omnigencert.pl -server_id short_name -server_san dns:short_name,dns:FQDN,ip:ip_address -user_id hpdp -store_password keystorePassword
  4. Then restart the services (omnisv -stop; omnisv -start)
Andres Fallas Salazar
Customer Support Engineer

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HoraceD Contributor.
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Re: windows SSL cert update

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Hi Victor ,

Thank you so much ,
That means I no need take action to regenerate dp cert this time . That’s grate !!
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HoraceD Contributor.
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Re: windows SSL cert update

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I will do renew ssl windows cert today and update result here ,thank you .
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