I have a nac guest server 2.0.1 and i dont want the clients to get a warning message when they connect to the site so i obtained a cert file from the customer's internal CA.
The signed cert is in .pem format. The customer's security dudes were expecting me to have to enter a password when I applied the cert, however there is no option to do this when you upload the pem file via the GUI.
I got an error saying somethig like "the certificate does not match the private key", so I reboot the server and viola the ssl service is broken. I had to restore the original self signed cert from a backup to get SSL connections to the server working again.
So this is annoying me, how or where do I enter a password to get the CA signed certificate working?
This URL describes a process of combining the signed certificate from the CA with the private key to create the final cert using a password via the CLI.
Is this process applicable to the NAC Guest Server? Seems to me like there is something missing from the doco to get this working...