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SSL Certificate Expiration Date monitor appears broken

Overview

This article provides brief information when the SSL Certificate Expiration Date monitor fails to connect but still pulls the certificate data.

Environment

All SAM versions

Cause

Error is caused by a name mismatch.

Resolution

Use a different external poller with a different firewall exception resolves this issue.
 

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