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How to chance the OneXPortal Certificate of Avaya Platform?

How to chance the OneXPortal Certificate of Avaya Platform?

How to chance the OneXPortal Certificate of Avaya Platform?

Hi everyone,
I'm trying to change the self-signed certificate of the Avaya Platform with a certificate validated by the CA of my company.

I have read that it should be possibile from Web Manager > Security > Certificates.
Here I tried to upload a PFX file with the key, the certificate and also CA certificate. The import seems to be done, now the main page of appliance: https://myserver is serving with the right certificate, validated by my CA. BUT All other services like https://myserver:7070, https://myserver:7071 and onexportal are still using the selfsigned certificate.

From manual the import procedure should replace all the certificates, why it is not working? Am I missing something?
Of course I have tried to reboot the VM.

Many thanks

RE: How to chance the OneXPortal Certificate of Avaya Platform?

Finally I have found a workaround.
I have found a script in /opt/Avaya/scripts/keystore.sh that apply the uploaded certificates to tomcat keystore. After a reboot the new certificate is working.
This sh seems to be called by a REST service, I dont know which one and why it did not work.

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