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Central Server certificate verification

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Verify you exported the correct certificate for DameWare's Central Server verification.


DameWare Centralized version 11 and later


  1. In the central server, run an elevated command prompt.
  2. Run the syntax: netsh http show sslcert
  3. Locate port 6133 and take note of the Certificate Hash.
  4. Run the Certificate manager and go into "Trusted Root Certification Authorities" - "Certificates".
  5. Locate the certificate with the key icon in the left-hand corner.
    Note: The DameWare self-signed certificate usually uses the Host Machines name.
  6. If you find a certificate that has met the requirement for step 5, look up its thumb print and compare it with the Certificate Hash result from step 3.
  7. Once it has been confirmed to be the certificate,export it with the private key and install/import it on machines that are showing up with certificate errors.


To add the certificate correctly on the target machine:

  1. Run mmc.exe.
  2. Click File > Add/Remove Snap-in...
  3. From the Available snap-ins, select Certificates and click Add.
  4. Select your local computer, then click Finish.
  5. Click OK to go back to the Management console.


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