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Using AASM as a Certificate Authority (CA) for ACR

Using AASM as a Certificate Authority (CA) for ACR

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Hi everybody,

I follow the documentation "Avaya Contact Recorder"
Release 15.1 Planning, Installation and Administration Guide

Appendix F: Advanced Security Settings
Installing a Signed SSL Certificate

Generating a Certificate Signing Request
You need a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) as the first step of the signing process. When you have it, paste it into the Certificate Authority's web page. To generate a CSR:
1. Re-run the keytool command (still in the keystore directory as above) keytoolcommand -certreq -keystore keystore.jks -alias tomcat
2. Enter the password, which is Contact5tor3.
3. Copy and paste the output into the CA's web page. (Include the BEGIN and END lines.)
4. Complete the verification process
5. Reply to the verification emails and other verification steps until you obtain a signed certificate back from the CA.

But into the step 4, i don't know the process to do it with SMGR, maybe if somebody could guide me how to do it with SMGR maybe my problem will be fix

Many thanks for your help

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