Creating and Installing a Self-Signed Certificate - Teradata Workload Management - 16.20

Teradata® Viewpoint User Guide

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A self-signed certificate (SSC) can provide security for an internal site or server as a temporary measure while a fully authenticated certificate is obtained from a CA. Installing a certificate replaces the existing certificate.
  1. From the Setup list, click HTTPS Config.
  2. Under Self-Signed Certificate, do the following:
    1. Click Create and Install.
    2. Enter the following information:
      Field Description
      Common Name Domain name
      Subject Alternative Name [Optional] IP address or DNS name. Click to see the required format.
      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
      Email [Optional] Email address of the requester
      Expiration Select an expiration period
    3. Click Create and Install.
    4. If a certificate was previously installed, click Replace.
The name of the new certificate appears in the Certificate box.

HTTPS connections immediately start using the new certificate and no restart of the Viewpoint server is required.