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SBCE IPO Root Cert Question
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SBCE IPO Root Cert Question

SBCE IPO Root Cert Question

(OP)
Hello all,

On the Avaya Document, it says:

2. Select the Settings tab and scroll down to Certificates.
3. Under CA Certificate, click on Download (PEM-encoded) and save the file to your PC.
4. Rename the file as IPO_RootCA.crt.

The PEM-encoded Cert is a .pem file

The DER-encoded Cert is the correct .crt file as explained above.

Is this a typo, or do you download the PEM-encoded Cert and change the file type from .pem to .crt?

Thank you!

ACSS

RE: SBCE IPO Root Cert Question

Rename will do.

Freelance Certified Avaya Aura Engineer

RE: SBCE IPO Root Cert Question

(OP)
G van Hamburg: So download the root-ca.pem and rename to IPO_RootCA.crt ?






ACSS

RE: SBCE IPO Root Cert Question

Yup

Freelance Certified Avaya Aura Engineer

RE: SBCE IPO Root Cert Question

(OP)
Thanks Gents.

ACSS

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