Can't import 3rd-party certificate and root CA

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Nov 16th, 2009


I want to use a certificate for a new LMS installation from our company root CA server.

I used the server.csr for a cert-request and got a file back named <hostname>.crt and the certificate of our root CA named rootCA.cer.

I read the help docu but I can't understand how I can import the root certificate.

I think I got it by copying the file to \MDC\Apache\conf\ssl\ and rename it to "trusted.94.crt".

But now I get the following message when I use the perl script with option 4:

INFO: Certificate is a Base64-Encoded X.509Certificate

Loading 'screen' into random state -Loading 'screen' into random state - done


INFO: Certificate validated with Server's Private Key successfully

[Mon Nov 16 15:30:04 CET 2009]Error occurred while reading Certificate: invalid

DER-encoded certificate data

Error occurred while trying to validate the given Certificate

Any ideas for that?

Thanks a lot!

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