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Use my own SSL certificates?

Hi,

Can anyone tell me whether rel.6.0 of MARS Local Controller will allow me to use my own CA-generated SSL certificates ? I'd like to use (and it's also company policy) a trusted CA for server certificates. I know it can't be done on rel.4.3.

Thanks,

Joe

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Re: Use my own SSL certificates?

To support the certificate management features in MARS, the following system inspection rule exists:

System Rule: CS-MARS Failure Saving Certificates/Fingerprints. This inspection rule indicates that MARS has failed to save a new or changed device SSL certificate or SSH key fingerprint based on either explicit user action or automatic accept as specified on the SSL/SSH Settings page.

In addition, the following reports appear under the System: CS-MARS Issue category.

Activity: CS-MARS Accepted New Certificates/Fingerprints

Activity: CS-MARS Accepted Conflicting Certificates/Fingerprints

Activity: CS-MARS Detected Conflicting Certificates/Fingerprints

Activity: CS-MARS Accepted New Certificates/Fingerprints'

Activity: CS-MARS Failure Saving Certificates/Fingerprints

Activity: CS-MARS Device Connectivity Errors

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Re: Use my own SSL certificates?

I don't think so, the most you can do is generate a new self-signed cert. doh! just noticed you said 6.x. You can't do it in 5.x. The most I can say about 6.x is that I've not seen anything documented about being able to do it.

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