and followed the steps exactly through step 2. I took the resulting certificate request file and sent it to our web master who tried both at Verisign and at GoDaddy to generate an identity cert, but every time the CA tells us that there is an error with the organization name.
Can anyone here help walk me through the steps to get a cert on this ASA? Thanks!
"Question: Are you installing the Root Certificate before installing the Identity certificate on the ASA?"
In a previous attempt at getting a cert from Verisign, I had installed their Root Certificate, but, at this time, I do not have a root certificate installed. I just downloaded the 'Valicert Root Certificate' from GoDaddy. I assume I need to install this, correct?
Do I need to change domain-name to the domain the end-user sees (alachuacounty.us)?
Gilbert, thanks again for your continued assistance. I tried what you have suggested and have realized that the problem is a design issue. Our inside domain name and outside domain names are different. If I set the domain name in the ASA to match the outside name, people cannot browse the internal network by name. If I set the domain name to our inside domain name, then the cert request fails.
I guess my next step is to address our naming/design issue and revisit this later.
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