We have one ePO Orchestrator 4.5 installation, and on a separate server we have a Certificate Authority (on Windows Server 2008 R2). Our goal is to install a certificate from our domain CA such that we can access the ePO web interface without certificate errors. Unfortunately, the documentation appears to be very sparse on how to accomplish this task.
I understand that we go to ePO Menu > Configuration > Server Settings > Server Certificate; and click "Edit".
Here it asks for:
Certificate (P7B, PEM)
Private Key (PEM)
In the most basic form, my question would be: where do I find these files? (or: what is ePO expecting as input?) I can export a .p7b file from the ePO server certificate store, but this does not come with a private key (PEM) file.
Any assistance with this would be great. Thank you all very much for your time,
I've never tried to use a custom certificate but you can perhaps find some usefull things there:
Thanks for taking the time to look into this. The link you posted points out that we can convert a .key file to a .pem file, which is useful to know. Unfortunately, we don't have any .key files at our disposal. Is this something that I need to create individually/separately in the Microsoft CA? If so ... how?
Thanks again for your time!