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LMS 2.6 - DCA Server is down or inaccessible

Hello,

We used to run LMS 2.6 on a Windows Server 2003R2 (Standard Edition). The server has been shut for about 2 years. Recently we powered it up so as to retrieve some info from the LMS application (we have some old cisco 1900switches on our network - please do not comment smiley - and I needed to run usertracking on them, since 1900 aren't supported by our current LMS 4.1). The thing is that I get an error "DCA Server is down or inaccessible".

Looking at the DRCServer.log I see the following:

ERROR: Certificate Date Invalid
java.security.cert.CertificateExpiredException: NotAfter: Mon Oct 29 12:03:33 EET 2012

Is there a way I can change the expiration date? I am not sure if this is the problem, but I would like to give it a shot!

 

Thanks in advance,

Katerina

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New Member

Hi Katerina, It seems like

Hi Katerina,

 

It seems like your ssl certificates expired. Please regenerate them using below steps:

 

Steps to regenerate SSL certificates:

 

-       Stop the daemons manager from CLI using net stop crmdmgtd.

-       Backup the following files found in NMSROOT/MDC/Apache/conf/ssl and
then delete:

server.crt

server.csr

server.key

server.pk8

 

Under CLI go to \Progra~1\CSCOpx\MDC\Apache> and run

Progra~1\CSCOpx\MDC\Apache>perl ConfigSSL.pl
-disable, then ConfigSSL.pl -enable.

 

Then fill the certificate accordingly and restart daemons from CLI using net
start crmdmgtd.

 

Hope this helps.

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New Member

Hi Katerina, It seems like

Hi Katerina,

 

It seems like your ssl certificates expired. Please regenerate them using below steps:

 

Steps to regenerate SSL certificates:

 

-       Stop the daemons manager from CLI using net stop crmdmgtd.

-       Backup the following files found in NMSROOT/MDC/Apache/conf/ssl and
then delete:

server.crt

server.csr

server.key

server.pk8

 

Under CLI go to \Progra~1\CSCOpx\MDC\Apache> and run

Progra~1\CSCOpx\MDC\Apache>perl ConfigSSL.pl
-disable, then ConfigSSL.pl -enable.

 

Then fill the certificate accordingly and restart daemons from CLI using net
start crmdmgtd.

 

Hope this helps.

New Member

Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!The

Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The server is now up and running.

 

Thank you so much for your help!

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