2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 23, 2017 3:15 PM by ScottBleackley

    FMS16 import security certificate: greyed out…

    ScottBleackley

      Just trying to install my newly minted security certificate…

      But Import Certificate is greyed out, not selectable.

      have .crt and a bundle.crt files generated by using Create Certificate request in FMS and then validated.

       

       

        1 Go to the Admin Console > Database Server > Security.

        2 Click on Import Certificate.

        3 Specify the following: server certificate: yourDomainName.crt provided by the CA. intermediate certificate: chain.pem created in the previous step. ...

        4 Click Save at the bottom of the Admin Console window.

        5 Restart FileMaker Server.

        • 1. Re: FMS16 import security certificate: greyed out…
          mikebeargie

          try checking the box that says "use SSL security" right above that and hitting save.

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          • 2. Re: FMS16 import security certificate: greyed out…
            ScottBleackley

            Certificate Successfully Installed:

             

            Signed Certificate File: hexname.crt

            Private Key File: ( macOS: Library | Filemaker Server | CStore | serverkey.pem )
            Intermediate Certificate File: bundle.crt

             

            Filemaker Server 16 Certificate Import

            Library | Filemaker Server | CStore | serverKey.pem

            3. Click Import Certificate.

            •For Signed Certificate File, click Browse and select the SSL certificate file that you received from the certificate authority.

            •For Private Key File, click Browse and select the private key file (serverKey.pem) created in the CStore directory when you created the certificate signing request (CSR). See Creating a certificate signing request.

            If you use a different method to create the CSR, for example using a CA’s website, then select the private key file you obtained through that method.

            •If your custom SSL certificate requires an intermediate certificate file, for Intermediate Certificate File, click Browse and select the intermediate certificate file. You may get a CA certificate bundle from your CA. You can use this file as the intermediate certificate file.

            •For Private Key Password, enter the password used for your private key file when you created it.

            4. Click Import to import the signed certificate.