A self-signed certificate (SSC) provides security for an internal site or serves as a temporary measure while a fully authenticated certificate is obtained from a CA. Installing a certificate replaces the existing certificate. After a certificate is replaced, it cannot be reinstalled.
- From the Service Configuration list, click Configure HTTPS.
[Optional] Select Require access via HTTPS for a secure connection when accessing the server.
This check box is enabled only when the server is accessed using a secure connection.
Under Self-Signed Certificate, click Create SSC and enter the certificate information.
Field Description Common Name Domain name Organizational Unit Business unit Organization Company name City or Locality City or locality of the organization State or Province State or province of the organization Country Country code where the organization is located [Optional] Email address of the requester Expiration Select an expiration period
- Click Create.
- Click OK to confirm to install this certificate or replace the active certificate.
The certificate information appears in the Installed Certificate table.