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Administration > General Settings > Setup > HTTPS Certificate

The VXOA software includes a self-signed certificate that secures the communication between the user’s browser and the appliance.

You also have the option to install your own custom certificate, acquired from a CA certificate authority.

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To use a custom certificate with a specific appliance:

  1. Consult with your IT security team to generate a certificate signing request (CSR) and submit it to your organization’s chosen SSL Certificate Authority (CA).

    • Examples of Certificate Authorities include GoDaddy, Verisign, Comodo, Symantec, Microsoft Entrust, and GeoTrust.

    • All certificate and key files must be in PEM format.

  2. After the Certificate Authority provides a CA-verified certificate:

    • If your IT security team advises the use of an Intermediate CA, use an Intermediate Certificate File. Otherwise, skip this file.
    • Click the Edit icon next to the target appliance, and upload the certificate file from the CA.
    • Upload the Private Key File that was generated as part of the CSR.
  3. To associate the CA-verified certificate for use with Orchestrator, click Add.


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