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(OP)
Is there a test to determine if I have the proper 3rd party certificate installed correctly?

RE: Certificates

I test (also the left certificate lifetime with check_mk https://mathias-kettner.com/features.htm).

It's not that easy. I guess openssl should be able to test and it is installed on Application Server.

If you search for SSL test in Google you find a lot of pages that can check certificates but only a very few of those are able to handle different ports than 443. I don't have one link saved so - sorry - you have to test them yourself.

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RE: Certificates

Try this handy utility, there is a tool in it that will check the install of a certificate and it's chain, just enter the sever address and port

https://www.digicert.com/util/

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RE: Certificates

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Thank you. The certificates seem to be ok. I put the FQDN in a tool from sslshopper.com

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