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mattkane
Level 8

Solidcore - Creating Publisher with Expired Certificate

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Hi,

I'm trying to add a publisher (certificate from an Adobe exe) in the ePO (extract the cert from file in Solidcore Rules/Publishers) The certificate is added as a publisher but the certificate it is already expired (thanks Adobe.)  I'm in this situation and, despite my policy changes (Add rule group to Application Control Rules) to allow this publisher, waking up my agent to update policies, the certificate is not being sent to the agent.  I verified by running sadmin cert list on the machine.

As a side note, if I use the scgetcerts.exe to extract the certificate and add it with sadmin cert add (all on the machine with local cli), then I can proceed.

But anyway, is there a policy or other behavior that prevents trusting publishers from expired certs in the ePO?  (I hope this makes sense, I'm new to this.)

Thank you,

Matt

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mattkane
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Re: Solidcore - Creating Publisher with Expired Certificate

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So after installing the certificate (despite those errors) in my trusted root certificate authorities, I can proceed.  I'll have to look into my the certificate error is showing up on this machine.  Perhaps because its an isolated (no internet) setup.

Thanks,
Matt

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mattkane
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Re: Solidcore - Creating Publisher with Expired Certificate

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Well I may have answered it, something is happening when I copy the .exe (and it's cert) onto my machine.  I'm guessing this is the culprit.

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mattkane
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Re: Solidcore - Creating Publisher with Expired Certificate

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So after installing the certificate (despite those errors) in my trusted root certificate authorities, I can proceed.  I'll have to look into my the certificate error is showing up on this machine.  Perhaps because its an isolated (no internet) setup.

Thanks,
Matt

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