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Importing a Certificate

To manage Certificates:

  1. To import a Certificate, on the Certificates page, click Import.
    The Import Certificate or Private Key dialog opens.
  2. In the Import Certificate or Private Key dialog:
    1. Select the Type: either Certificates (Identity/CA-chains/Bundles) or Private Key+Certificate Pair.   
    2. (Certificates only) Type in the Certificate Name and select the Format.
    3. (If the imported certificate is password-protected) Type in the password.
    4. Drag a certificate file to the drop area or click Choose a file to select a cetificate file to import.
    5. Click Import.
  3. To view the details of a certificate, on the Certificates page, click the certificate name from the Certificates list. (See Viewing Certificate Details.)
  4. To set the default Identity Certificate (i.e., the Identity Certificate that will be used to represent the device during Audit and HTTPS authentication), hover over the certificate row and click the (grayed out) check mark under Active
    The selected certificate will be set as the default certificate. It will be immediately applied to communications with the Audit server, but will not apply to HTTP communications until the next service restart or system reboot.


To delete a certificate file, select the name from the Certificates list and click Delete.

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