Table: Process for setting up certificates
View Symantec's preinstalled certificates.
Learn about the different types of certificates and their roles, and viewing the preinstalled certificates.
See About certificates.
See Viewing existing CA certificates.
See Viewing an SMTP/TLS or HTTPS certificate.
Add additional certificates.
If you determine you need additional certificates, you can add certificates to the list of available certificates.
See Adding a self-signed certificate.
See Adding a CA certificate.
You can use any of several methods to add a certificate authority-signed certificate.
Ensure that you use standard PEM formats.
See PEM format requirements for certificates and domain keys.
Submit a certificate request.
If the request is successful, the certificate authority returns an identity certificate that has been digitally signed with the private key of the certificate authority.
See Requesting a certificate authority-signed certificate.
Import the certificate authority-signed certificate.
You must import the new certificate to make it available. You can also export a certificate.
See Importing a certificate authority-signed certificate.
See Exporting a certificate.
Assign a certificate to a Scanner and Control Center.
If you want a Scanner to accept TLS encrypted messages you need to assign an MTA TLS certificate.
See Assigning an MTA TLS certificate to a Scanner.
Enhance Control Center security.
See Assigning a user interface HTTPS certificate to the Control Center.
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