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Replace expired certificates for the web client

Updated November 22, 2018


This article details how to replace the certificate for the web client, if the current certificate has expired. Expired certificates generate the following error message in your browser:

There is a problem with the security certificate of the website.



  • Access Rights Manager


The current website certificate has expired. 


  1. Open the IIS Manager.
  2. Right-click the 8MAN webAPI site.
  3. Click Edit Bindings...
  4. Select the site binding of type https, and click Edit.
  5. Click Select...
  6. Under SSL certificate:, select your new certificate, and click OK.
  7. Close previously opened dialogs.



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