Both machines have the original SSL Certificate installed but WebDirect is reporting it can't validate the SSL Certificate?
This part is a bit confusing. Where does it report a validation error? When you try to install the cert in FMS? Or when you try to access the WebD solution in a browser? If the latter, what does the browser see in the cert that is not valid?
Why the reinstall? When the WPE conked out, did it not want to restart? Did you try the command line 'fmsadmin start wpe'?
The original error from the browser was
CUSTOM WEB PUBLISHING TECHNOLOGY DISABLED; WEBDIRECT IS TURNED OFF
The instructions I found said it should be a clean install. This was confirmed by our local SE.
I only reinstalled the worker machine. I've been looking for full instructions on installing SSL Certificates but can't find any info.
Thanks Wim, I need to save that article. Now to figure out what the keyfilepass is?
Is there any way to reset or recover the KeyFilePass?
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KeyFilePass is something YOU define when you generate the CSR (Certificate Signing Request) before sending it to your SSL Certificate provider. If you lose this password there is no way to recover it, you have to generate a new CSR (and thus a new password) and re-send it to your SSL provider to get a new cert with the new password. As long as you are not renewing your certificate there is typically no charge for doing so. Second time around, though, store that password so if you ever need to do an SSL reinstall you have the password!