Couple of steps we followed based exactly on the configuration outlined in our above linked blog post. We like to use a year in the name to help distinguish from the old one. Select the new certificate that you just imported and click on OK 3. Again, make sure that all the domains (for which you want to create a Let’s Encrypt certificate) must be pointed to your server otherwise you will receive an error message (see below notes for more information).
All Cloudways customers can now enable free certificates on their servers with just 1-click.: Please make sure that your site is already live from your Cloudways server and that DNS propagation has been completed before attempting to deploy the Let’s Encrypt certificate.
Otherwise, the SSL certificate will not be installed and you will receive an error message The auto-renew option of Let’s Encrypt Certificate for your web application is enabled by default.
To update SMG versions 10.5.1-2, 10.5.2-3, or 10.5.3-4 you will need to upload the Symantec Messaging Gateway 10.5.4 OS Restore ISO file to a local web server and then execute the command to upgrade from the locally hosted image rather than from the default software update servers. These systems will need to be reinstalled from scratch with the SMG 10.5.4 OSRestore ISO as described in HOWTO58981 and reconfigured.
There is no supported mechanism to migrate configuration between software releases outside of software update and once Symantec has transitioned to the SHA-2 certificates, standard sofware update processes will no longer function for these releases.
Browse to the certificate from your issuer provider and give it a friendly name. Expand the two sites on the CRM server and click on Default Website first then Bindings / https Then EDIT 2.
Once the new certificate has been issued to you you need to complete the request on IIS. In IIS Manager click on Complete Certificate Request 2.
I recently started receiving a notice of an expiring PSE cert when I logged into my BW instance.
I ran the SE38 report SSF_ALERT_CERTEXPIRE and saw which one was causing the issue in STRUST.
This SSL certificate must contain the following: AD FS requires an SSL certificate when configuring federation server settings.