Tag: ssl certificate

Replace Zerto Certificate By An ADCS Signed Certificate

After installing and configuring the Zerto Virtual Replication in the previous posts, now it is time to secure the Zerto portal in order to get rid of the red warning in the browser about the default self-signed certificate. In our environment, we utilize our internal CA (Active Directory Certificate Services or Windows PKI) in order to issue replacement certificates. Create a new file with the name zerto.cfg with the following contents and update the red items to reflect your organization and server details. Then download and install OpenSSL on your computer.https://www.openssl.org/source/ Copy zerto.cfg  to the directory of OpenSSL, for example, “C:\Program Files\OpenSSL-Win64\bin”,…

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The SSL certificate of STS service cannot be verified

After I replace my new VCSA certificate with embedded PSC, I see the disconnected status in the NSX Manager dashboard in the Lookup Service section. When I try to configure Lookup Service in the NSX Manager I got the following error and after googling I find this KB, as in this KB mentioned, I check the port again but everything seems to be ok. However, I thought it was a certificate problem because before replacing the certificate it worked correctly.  Until I came across this article, which helps me a lot and I summarize it here. Although this article is for…

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Replacing vCenter Server Certificates Rollback at 85%

Today I was replacing VMCA certificates by an ADCS (Active Directory Certificate Service) signed certificate, which everything went well except when I imported my certificate, the procedure stuck at 85 percent and rollbacked. and show you an error with this title. Status : 85% Completed [starting services…]Error while replacing Machine SSL Cert, please see /var/log/vmware/vmcad/certificate-manager.log for more information. When you go to read the “certificate-manager.log”, you see an entry like this: Error Failed to start vmon services.vmon-cli RC=1 After a lot of searching on the internet, I sum up with this good¬†article¬†which helps me to solve my problem. The procedure…

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