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Use a Wildcard Certificate with GroupWise Data Synchronizer Mobility Pack



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June 17, 2011 12:27 pm

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(tested with a godaddy certificate which was imported to ConsoleOne)

Create an export of the public key and the private key in ConsoleOne. The file created is a .pfx file.

Copy the file to the linux server and run the following commands:

Export the private key file from the pfx file
openssl pkcs12 -in filename.pfx -nocerts -out key.pem

Export the certificate file from the pfx file
openssl pkcs12 -in filename.pfx -clcerts -nokeys -out cert.pem

This removes the passphrase from the private key so Apache won’t
prompt you for your passphase when it starts
openssl rsa -in key.pem -out server.key

Concatenate the certificates:

cat server.key >> cert.pem

Create a backup of:

/var/lib/datasync/device/mobility.pem

and

/var/lib/datasync/webadmin/server.pem

and run the following commands:

cp cert.pem /var/lib/datasync/webadmin/server.pem

cp cert.pem /var/lib/datasync/device/mobility.pem

Restart the datasync server:

rcdatasync restart

Test:

Go to https://<url van de datasync-server> and check if the certificate is active.

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1 Comment

  1. By:stuartbryson

    Thankyou for this, worked perfectly for a multi-domain certificate we added to NetIQ Access Manager – just downloaded the pfx and went from there.

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