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» Exporting the System Certificate From HP Systems Insight Manager
» Exporting the System Certificate From the Browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer Only)
» Related Procedures
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Export the HP Systems Insight Manager Server Certificate to a file to facilitate deployment of the certificate into your browser, enabling a browser to properly identify the HP Systems Insight Manager server. This certificate is a public document, so it does not need to be kept private. If the certificate is kept publicly accessible, ensure it cannot be modified.

Only HP Systems Insight Manager users with full configuration rights can export the HP Systems Insight Manager System Certificate from HP Systems Insight Manager.

The system certificate can be exported as a Base64 encoded certificate. The exported certificate can be imported into a browser or the Trusted Management Systems List of a system.

Exporting the System Certificate From HP Systems Insight Manager

To export the system certificate from HP Systems Insight Manager using Microsoft Explorer:

  1. Select OptionsSecurityCertificatesTrusted Certificates, and then click [Export].

    The File Download dialog box is displayed.

  2. Select the location for the file to be saved. Enter a file name and click [Save] to save the certificate as a Base64 encoded X.509 certificate. This file can be imported into a browser or managed system for authentication of the CMS during an SSL connection. You can click [Cancel ]to abort the save operation and return to the System Certificate page

To export the system certificate from HP Systems Insight Manager using Mozilla:

  1. The certificate is displayed in a new browser window.

  2. Select the entire contents of the browser window that includes the certificate.

  3. Copy the selected text to the clipboard.

  4. Paste the text to your favorite text editor and save the file with a .CER file extension.

Exporting the System Certificate From the Browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer Only)

To export the system certificate from Internet Explorer:

  1. To view the HP Systems Insight Manager system certificate:

    • From the Internet Explorer browser menu, select FilePropertiesCertificates.

      The Certificate dialog box is displayed.

      or

    • Double-click the Lock icon in the lower right portion of the browser to display the Certificate dialog box.

      The Certificate dialog box is displayed.

  2. Select the Details tab in the Certificate dialog box.

    The Details tab is displayed.

  3. Click [Copy to File].

    The Certificate Export Wizard is launched.

  4. Click [Next].

    The Export File Format dialog box is displayed.

  5. Select Base-64 encoded X.509 for the export file format. Click [Next].

    The File to Export dialog box is displayed.

  6. In the File name field, enter the file you want to export. Click [Next].

    The Completing the Certificate Export Wizard dialog box is displayed.

  7. Click [Finish]. You can click [Back] to return to the previous page, or click [Cancel] to abort the export operation.

    A message is displayed indicating the export is completed.

  8. Click [OK].

Related Procedures

» Administering the Software - Trusted Certificates
» Trusted Certificates - Importing Trusted Certificates
» Trusted Certificates - Deleting Trusted Certificates

Related Topics

» Administering the Software - Trusted Certificates
» Administering the Software - Server Certificates
» Administering the Software - Networking and Security