FglAM requires the Base64 format. To verify if the certificate file is encoded with Base64, open the certificate with a notepad and the certificate should be similar to the following example:
NOTE: If the certificate is not Base64 format, use openssl command to convert the certificate file into a Base64 file. Use either of the following commands depending on the source form:
openssl x509 -inform DER -in xxx.cer -out xxx.crt
openssl x509 -inform PEM -in xxx.cer -out xxx.crt
The alias is required and is used in the list and delete operations to refer to the certificate. It can be anything.
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