TOMCAT SSL CONNECTOR

Please read this before proceeding: Java Based (Tomcat) Web Servers (using keytool) Tomcat will first need a SSL Connector configured before it can accept secure connections. Note: By default Tomcat will look for your Keystore with the file name .keystore in the CATALINA_Home directory with the default password ‘changeit’. Commonly found CATALINA_HOME Directories Unix, Linux or *nix — […]

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ROOT AND INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATE INSTALLATION VIA MMC

Files to have on hand: Root and Intermediates. These can be obtained from us through your account. If you don’t have access to them you may download them from the Root & Intermediate Certificates section of our Downloads area. If you’re unsure which to get or which is which, please visit: Which is Root? Which is Intermediate? Root and […]

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INSTANTSSL CERTIFICATE INSTALLATION: ZEUS WEBSERVER V3

Installing your Certificate on Zeus When you receive your certificates there will be 3 files, open a text editor and then copy the text from each certificate into the text editor to form one file. The certificates should be pasted in the following sequence, yoursite  yourdomain certificate , Intermediate CA certificate and Root certificate, and the resulting file should […]

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INSTANTSSL CERTIFICATE INSTALLATION: WHM/CPANEL

Installing the Certificates using WHM/CPanel Please note that you will need to install this certificate using the SSL manager section of WHM. If you are not an administrator, you will not be able to install the certificate and will have contact your administrator in order to do so. At the installation screen you will need to […]

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INSTANTSSL CERTIFICATE INSTALLATION: WEBSITE PRO 3.X

Installing your Certificate with Website Pro 3.x When your certificate is issued you will receive 3 certificates: Yourdomain.crt ComodoClass3SecurityServicesCA.crt GTECyberTrustGlobalRootCA.crt Add the ComodoClass3SecurityServicesCA.crt certificate as Trusted Roots: Then attach each certificate in turn to your website’s Key Pair in the following order. At this point your Key Pair will be black.: Yourdomain.crt Intermediate CA certificate Root certificate Your […]

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INSTANTSSL CERTIFICATE INSTALLATION: SONICWALL SSL OFFLOADER

Importing a Server Certificate and Chain into the SonicWALL SSL Offloader Chained Certificates All SonicWALL SSL Offloaders support chained certificates. Once the certificates are unzipped into multiple certificates prior to importing into the SonicWALL SSL Offloader, the certificate will need to be imported using the chained certificate commands. The certificates will have a root certificate, […]

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INSTANTSSL CERTIFICATE INSTALLATION: PLESK SERVER ADMINISTRATOR

Installing your Certificate with Plesk Server Administrator Important: Installation is a two step process – ensure you follow both steps listed below. Step 1: Upload your SSL certificate From inside PSA, choose the domain in which you are installing the SSL certificate. Access the domain’s SSL section by clicking on the ‘certificate’ button. When a CSR […]

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INSTANTSSL CERTIFICATE INSTALLATION: PLESK 7 & 8

Plesk 7 & 8 Certificate Installation Login to the Plesk 7 Control Panel. From the left hand menu, select ‘Domains’, Click on the domain name that the certificate is for Click on the ‘Certificates’ menu item. There is a button in the middle of the page labelled ‘Browse’. Click ‘Browse’ and navigate to the location […]

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INSTANTSSL CERTIFICATE INSTALLATION: PLESK 6

Plesk Server Administrator 6 Certificate Installation Uploading certificate parts If you have already obtained a certificate containing private key and certificate part (and may be CA certificate), follow these steps to upload it: At the certificate repository page, click on the ADD button. You will be taken to the SSL certificate creation page. In the […]

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INSTANTSSL CERTIFICATE INSTALLATION: ORACLE WALLET MANAGER

Before you install the Certificate issued, you are required to import the Trusted Root Certificate into Oracle Wallet Manager as per the following solution: You can import a Trusted Root Certificate into a wallet in either two ways: Paste the Trusted Root Certificate which can be downloaded from the Certificate Authority Or Import the Trusted […]

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