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CiscoWorks Regenerating Selfsigned Certificate

Hello,

I need to change the name of my CiscoWorks server and was trying to find the documentation on how to reissue the selfsigned certificates for CiscoWorks or the Common Services Certificate.

If anyone knows the actual documentation that tells how or has the steps I'd really appreciate it.

Thanks for your help.

Patrick

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Re: CiscoWorks Regenerating Selfsigned Certificate

Are you running CiscoWorks on Windows or Solaris?

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Re: CiscoWorks Regenerating Selfsigned Certificate

I already went through this document once before but looking at it a second time it saw a different area pointing to how to create a self signed certificate my only problem is its not allowing me ti create it. Its giveing me a warning about a not wanting to change a third party certificate.

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"It is not advisable to modify the certificate provided by a third party CA."

Any ideas on how to get around this.

Patrick

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Are you running CiscoWorks on Windows or Solaris?

Re: CiscoWorks Regenerating Selfsigned Certificate

Figured it out had to move the following files from lib\web\conf to get the server itself to regnerate them.

The process generates the following files:

•server.key—Server's private key.

•server.crt—Server's self- signed certificate.

•server.pk8—Server's private key in PKCS#8 format.

•server.csr—Certificate Signing Request (CSR) file.

Patrick

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