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Migrating Certificate Server

Now we just have installed 10 OES-Linux in a Netware 6.5 tree. The CA
server was a Netware 6.5 server. Everything went just fine. Now I want
to remove that Netware 6.5 with an OES-Linux server.

I'm looking for any advices regarding the CA server. How can I make the
new OES-Linux server be the Certificate Server in place of the old
Netware 6.5 ? I want my CA signed by the old Netware 6.5 to still be
valid. Since the certificate is in the tree, there must be something I
can do. Just to let you know, the OES-Linux server will have the same
name as the old Netware 6.5.

Thanks,

Louis-Steve Desjardins
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Re: Migrating Certificate Server

Louis-Steve Desjardins wrote:
> Now we just have installed 10 OES-Linux in a Netware 6.5 tree. The CA
> server was a Netware 6.5 server. Everything went just fine. Now I want
> to remove that Netware 6.5 with an OES-Linux server.
>
> I'm looking for any advices regarding the CA server. How can I make the
> new OES-Linux server be the Certificate Server in place of the old
> Netware 6.5 ? I want my CA signed by the old Netware 6.5 to still be
> valid. Since the certificate is in the tree, there must be something I
> can do. Just to let you know, the OES-Linux server will have the same
> name as the old Netware 6.5.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Louis-Steve Desjardins


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Re: Migrating Certificate Server

Thanks a lot !!!!

Louis-Steve Desjardins

"Aldo Duran" <aldo.e.duran@gmail.com> a écrit dans le message de news:
OuXYg.13889$0h7.10641@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> Louis-Steve Desjardins wrote:
>> Now we just have installed 10 OES-Linux in a Netware 6.5 tree. The CA
>> server was a Netware 6.5 server. Everything went just fine. Now I want
>> to remove that Netware 6.5 with an OES-Linux server.
>>
>> I'm looking for any advices regarding the CA server. How can I make the
>> new OES-Linux server be the Certificate Server in place of the old
>> Netware 6.5 ? I want my CA signed by the old Netware 6.5 to still be
>> valid. Since the certificate is in the tree, there must be something I
>> can do. Just to let you know, the OES-Linux server will have the same
>> name as the old Netware 6.5.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Louis-Steve Desjardins

>
> You can follow TID3000744
>
> Cheers



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Re: Migrating Certificate Server

I knew it seem to easy. My server that as the CA is an upgraded Netware 6.5
but the certificate was created with a Netware 5.1 server. So everytime I
try to export the certificate I get an error -1 423.

Can I upgrade the certificate to an exportable format ?

Thanks,

Louis-Steve Desjardins

"Aldo Duran" <aldo.e.duran@gmail.com> a écrit dans le message de news:
OuXYg.13889$0h7.10641@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> Louis-Steve Desjardins wrote:
>> Now we just have installed 10 OES-Linux in a Netware 6.5 tree. The CA
>> server was a Netware 6.5 server. Everything went just fine. Now I want
>> to remove that Netware 6.5 with an OES-Linux server.
>>
>> I'm looking for any advices regarding the CA server. How can I make the
>> new OES-Linux server be the Certificate Server in place of the old
>> Netware 6.5 ? I want my CA signed by the old Netware 6.5 to still be
>> valid. Since the certificate is in the tree, there must be something I
>> can do. Just to let you know, the OES-Linux server will have the same
>> name as the old Netware 6.5.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Louis-Steve Desjardins

>
> You can follow TID3000744
>
> Cheers



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