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SSL Certifcates expiring in some time OES11SP1

Hi,

I currently have a server were the SSL certificate is expiring in some weeks.
I found the current TID to recreate the certificates :
https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7000075

Will iFolder work out of the box after the recreation of the certificates based on the TID?
Will Kanaka still work after the recreation of the certificates based on the TID?

Thanks in advance,

Kr,

Joeri
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This likely depends on how iFolder/Kanake/other were setup to trust the
certificate, assuming they were setup to trust a certificate (as they
likely should have been). For example, if you set them up to trust the CA
of your tree, and your tree CA is still the same, then anything minted
from that CA should be trusted. If you set the clients up to trust one
specific key (minted from the CA), though, then any other key will need to
be setup to trust a new key or, better yet, the CA. I know little about
the setup of iFolder or Kanaka but hopefully you can look back at old
notes, documentation, or the systems themselves to see what they trust and
go from there. Worst case, do the same process you did last time to setup
that trust relationship.

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Good luck.

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