So you have a bunch of OES2 SP1 Linux nodes running in a cluster. You have followed the documentation in the NetStorage for Linux Administration Guide to setup, install and configure NetStorage to run in your cluster. All is working well, except your users get that nasty warning in their browser, every time they connect, because your NetStorage is using the default untrusted self-signed server certificates.
Wouldn’t life be just great if we could get NetStorage to use a third-party minted one from a reputable trusted Certificate Authority.
Well, you can, here’s how.