I've installed a new SSL certificate to replace the old one which was about to expire. After this cert update I can no longer access the ACS server for admin purposes. I get the error "Can not establish cifered connection because the certificate presented by <servername> is invalid or corrupt. Error code: -8101" or something similar as the message is in spanish.
I've tried to restart the CSAdmin service without success. I've also looked ath the different CS tools but none of them addresses this nor does the ACS User Guide.
Is there a way to remove the certificate from the command line or other?
Ay help would be appreciated as I don't want to reinstall/rebuild the server.
If the acs is 3.3.4 or below then it can be disabled via registry . 4.x dont have any registry settings to tweak.
One possible workaround available to us is that if a Backup of acs taken previous to enabling the HTTPS is there , we can restore the same and get around the issue.
To restore access using http to your server, you will need to change the registry setting
to disable https. Here is the location to the reg key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \SOFTWARE \Cisco \CiscoAAAv3.2 \CSAdmin \Config \HTTPSSupport
Change this value from 2 to 1.
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