The following errors were found when validating certificate 'tomcat.cer': The revocation function was unable to check revocation for the certificate. The revocation function was unable to check revocation because the revocation server was offline. However, the OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) server for the certificate was NOT offline and SPC is able to ping and go to that server.
To correct the 3rd party CA certificate installation issue:
1) Downloads the CA certificate or certicicate chain.
2) User makes the file (.cer, .p7b or .pfx) available on an ISO.
3) User mounts the ISO containing the certificate(s) to SPC.
4) Support would sign the installCertificate.ps1 file and give it to the customer as a zip file or on a virtual floppy.
5) User would mount the signed script to SPC (using the Virtual Floppy if SPC is virtual, or a USB drive if SPC is physical).
6) The Certificate Installation script can be run from the “Run Protection Center Update” link on the SPC Control panel.
7) Support / user would enter in the path to the certificate and click “install”.
Imported Document ID: TECH166108
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