Orchestrator > Software & Setup > Setup > HTTPS Certificate
Orchestrator includes a self-signed certificate that secures the communication between the user’s browser and Orchestrator. You also have the option to install your own custom certificate, acquired from a CA authority.
To use a custom certificate with Orchestrator:
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.
For a list of what is supported, refer to EdgeConnect and Orchestrator Security Algorithms.
All certificate and key files must be in PEM format.
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.
Load the Certificate File from the CA.
Upload the Private Key File that was generated as part of the CSR.
To associate the CA verified certificate for use with Orchestrator, click Upload.