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Importing Trusted Certificates

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If you have selected Require trusted certificates on the Trusted System Certificates page, you must import certificates that represent the managed systems you want to trust into the Trusted Certificates List. You can import the certificate of the system itself, on a per system basis. You can also import the signing certificate of the Certificate Authority (CA) or intermediate CA used to sign and issue certificates for groups of systems, which simplifies the maintenance of this list.

Only users with full configuration rights can import certificates into the HP Systems Insight Manager Trusted Certificates List.

HP Systems Insight Manager only supports importing certificates that have public key sizes of 2048 bits or less.

To import certificates into the Trusted Certificates List:

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

  2. The Import Trusted System Certificate section is displayed.

  3. Next to the Certificate Filename field, click [Browse].

    The Choose file dialog box is displayed.

  4. Navigate to the location of the certificate to be imported, and select the file name. Click [Open].

    The certificate is imported.

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