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LDAP Third Party Chained Certificate problem


I have been using a third party (Godaddy) certificate for external
connections to our LDAP service. It is time to renew the certificate. I
generated a new CSR for the LDAP server and have the new crt file from
Godaddy. I used Internet Explorer to create a P7B certificate that
combines the Godaddy intermediate certificates. I then imported the P7B
file to the server. I compared the server certificate attribute subject
name for the new and existing certificates and they are the same. Next
I try to assign the new certificate to the LDAP object for the server.
I then get an error “An invalid certificate name was specified.” What am
I missing in this process?


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Re: LDAP Third Party Chained Certificate problem

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