kborecky1 Absent Member.
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Changing the Organizational Certificate Authority server

OK, this is the real question I'm concerned about. Can I change the server that is the Organizational Certificate Authority for the tree without (please no) making a new key for the tree?

I've looked at this TID: https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=3623407 but I'm having trouble figuring out which bits apply if you want to

- keep your W0 as is, but
- need to assign a different server to be the certificate server

Do I actually just delete the CA object and then recreate it, using a different server as the host? This sounds frightening. (I had a big problem with this once, where my CA server crashed and burned, so I don't want to mess it up again!)

Thanks again for any help!

- KGB, aka Nervous in MA
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Re: Changing the Organizational Certificate Authority server

I actually found another TID that seems to describe this pretty well: https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=3618399

If anyone has any additional advice, please let me know. Otherwise, I'm all set.

Karla
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Re: Changing the Organizational Certificate Authority server

kborecky;2425197 wrote:
I actually found another TID that seems to describe this pretty well: https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=3618399

If anyone has any additional advice, please let me know. Otherwise, I'm all set.

Karla


I followed this TID when I migrated the CA from NW to OES Linux.

Thomas
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