By default, SSL is disabled.
- You can generate a Private Key to enable SSL after you generate a new Certificate.
- You can use a valid Self-Signed Certificate if you have a Private Key or a PKCS-12 file and the Private Key and Certificate were generated from the same Certificate Signing Request (CSR).
- Export your K2000 components to a different location
- Enable SSH in case there is an error that might require the appliance to stop the key generation.
- On the left navigation pane, go to Settings | Control Panel | Security
- Click Enable SSL to use a new Certificate or a valid Self-Signed SSL Certificate.
- KACE does not recommend using a Self-Signed Certificate.
- Do not disabled port 80 until you can confirm 443 is working.
- Generate a new SSL Certificate:
- Click Get New SSL Certificate to display the K2000 Advanced SSL Settings Wizard
- Fill in the fields to generate a CSR.
- Download the Private Key and save it to use to enable SSL when you get a valid Certificate from your Certificate Signing Authority.
- Copy or download the generated CSR and send it to your Certificate Signing Authority.
- Use a Self-Signed Certificate:
- Click Can I use a self-signed certificate instead?
- Click Save and Restart Apache