Submit a ticketCall us

Systems Monitoring for Dummies
Our new eBook will teach you the fundamentals and help you create monitors and alerts that are effective, meaningful, and actionable. Monitoring is more than a checkbox on your to-do list. This free eBook will give you practical advice to help you succeed in all aspects of monitoring – discovery, alerting, remediation, and troubleshooting. Don’t miss out on this indispensable resource for newbies, experienced IT pros, and everyone in between. Register Now.

Home > Success Center > Web Help Desk (WHD) > Web Help Desk Administrator Guide > Configure and manage authentication > Import CA root and chain certificates

Import CA root and chain certificates

Table of contents
No headers
Created by Steve.Hawkins, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Jul 19, 2016

Views: 99 Votes: 0 Revisions: 5

Before you import your certificate into the keystore, check whether the certificate vendor requires you to include any other certificates to complete the certificate chain.

  1. Verify if the certificate vendor requires you to include any other certificates to complete the certificate chain.
  2. In the toolbar, click Tools and select Import Trusted Certificate. 

    File:Success_Center_V2/Web_Help_Desk_(WHD)/WHD_Admin_MT/080/0B0/03000072_278x211.png

  3. Locate each of the certificates provided by your CA. and import them into the keystore.
 
Last modified

Tags

Classifications

Public