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Renewing Domino SSL Certificate
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How to renew a SSL certificate on a Domino Web server.
 
  1. Copy .kyr and .sth from Server data folder to local Workstation
  2. Open Certsrv.nsf (Server Certificate Admin) on Server from Notes Client (not Administrator)
  3. Go to View Certificate Request Log
  4. Select Key Ring to Display
  5. Enter path to copied local kyr file
  6. Enter Password
  7. Select "Create Key Ring & Certificates"
  8. Select "Create Certificate Request"
  9. Copy CSR text
  10. Email your CSR to your SSL Certificate supplier
  11. When CSR returned then copy the text
  12. Back in Notes Client select "Install Certificate into Key Ring"
  13. Paste in certificate text
  14. Press "Merge Certificate into Key Ring" button
  15. Copy .kyr from local to Server Data directory
  16. Restart web server with "tell http restart"
 
Done. Simples ;-).


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Feb 04, 2014
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