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DR Series Software 4.0.3.1 - Administration Guide

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Installing an SSL certificate

To install an SSL certificate, complete the following steps:

1.
In the left navigation menu, click System Configuration → SSL Certificate.
The SSL Certificate page is displayed.
2.
Next to Certificate File Location, click Browse to locate and select the SSL certificate on your system that you want to install.
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Resetting the SSL Certificate

If you have installed a custom SSL certificate, you can reset the SSL certificate back to the factory-installed, self-signed certificate. To reset an SSL certificate, complete the following steps:

1.
In the left navigation menu, click System Configuration → SSL Certificate.
The SSL Certificate page is displayed.
NOTE: You can also use the command line interface (CLI) command, maintenance -- configuration --reset_web_certificate. Refer to the DR Series Command Line Reference Guide for more information.

Installing a CA certificate

You can add a custom Certificate Authority (CA) certificate chain in the DR Series system GUI. To install a Certificate Authority (CA) Certificate file, complete the following steps:

1.
In the left navigation menu, click System Configuration → SSL Certificate.
The SSL Certificate page is displayed.
2.
Next to Certificate Authority (CA) Certificate File Location, click Browse to locate and select the CA certificate on your system that you want to install.

Generating a CSR

You can generate a certificate signing request (CSR) from the SSL Certificate page. A certificate authority (CA) can use the CSR to create an SSL certificate for you. This CSR will contain information to be included in the certificate, such as organization name, common name (domain name), locality, and country. It also contains the public key that will be included in the certificate. Generating a new CSR generates a new private key therefore certificates signed with a previously generated CSR will no longer be installable.

To generate a CSR, complete the following steps:

1.
In the left navigation menu, click System Configuration → SSL Certificate.
The SSL Certificate page is displayed.
2.
On the Action menu in the upper right corner of the page, click Generate CSR. The Generate CSR pane is displayed.
Common Name - The domain to be secured by the certificate.
Organization Name - The organization's legal business name.
Organization Unit - A department in the organization.
Locality - The business location.
State Name - The state/province of the business location
Country Code - The country of the business location.
Email - A contact email address.
Encryption - Select one of the following options: 2048-bit encryption or 4096 encryption. The default is 2048.
4.
Click Generate.
5.
Click Save to File to save it to a file.
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