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Introduction

The Server Certificate page enables you to view and manage the SSL server certificate of the central management server (CMS). HP Systems Insight Manager supports two types of certificates, self-signed and Certificate Authority (CA)-signed. A self-signed certificate is created by default during installation, allowing customers to browse to HP Systems Insight Manager. The self-signed and CA-signed certificates can be created after installation. The CA-signed certificate requires an internal certificate server or an external CA to sign the certificate.

HP Systems Insight Manager provides the following security certificate options:

  • Export server certificate. Select OptionsSecurityCertificatesServer Certificates, and then click [Export].

  • Edit server certificate. Select OptionsSecurityCertificatesServer Certificates, and then click [Edit].

  • Create new server certificate. Select OptionsSecurityCertificatesServer Certificates, and then click [New] .

  • Import server certificate. Select OptionsSecurityCertificatesServer Certificates, and then click [Import].

Related Procedures

» Server Certificates - Exporting a Server Certificate
» Server Certificates - Editing a Server Certificate
» Server Certificates - Creating a Server Certificate
» Server Certificates - Importing a Server Certificate
» Server Certificates - Synchronizing Certificates
» Server Certificates - Creating a CSR
» Server Certificates - Submitting a CSR
» Server Certificates - Importing a CA-Signed Certificate

Related Topic

» Administering the Software - Networking and Security