I assume you mean 4.6.8 for ePO version:
- Menu ;
- Configuration > Server Setting ;
- Server certificate > Edit ;
- You can now import your cert ;
- To finish, restart ePO.
Complete documentation : https://kc.mcafee.com/resources/sites/MCAFEE/content/live/PRODUCT_DOCUMENTATION/ 22000/PD22975/en_US/epo_460_product_guide_en-us.pdf page 37.
Thank you for your response,
Now do I need to change certificate formats in order to use it on ePO?
You need to generate a new certificate (private and public keys) from your PKI with the Common Name of ePO URL and export it.
You can read this clear instructions (with OpenSSL): McAfee KnowledgeBase - How to generate a custom SSL certificate for use with ePO using the OpenSSL toolkit
It's a Microsoft PKI
Ok so you can:
- Use my previous link to generate a private key on your desktop, a CSR with your ePO common name URL that you need to send to your PKI administrators and wait they send you the public certificate ;
- Import private key and public certificate into ePO and restart services.
- You can delete CSR and archive the private key in a safe place.
- Ask to your PKI administrator to generate the private key and public certificate with your ePO common name URL and import the result into ePO and restart services.
Great, thank you so much for your help.
I really appreciate it.