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Extracting the ASBCE private key and identity certificate Question.
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Extracting the ASBCE private key and identity certificate Question.

Extracting the ASBCE private key and identity certificate Question.

(OP)
Back with another SBCE Question.

The Avaya Document says to:





When I open the SBCE_ID.crt file in wordpad, I see two BEGIN CERTIFICATE and END CERTIFICATE lines, and I am not sure which is the correct to keep. See below:

ACSS

RE: Extracting the ASBCE private key and identity certificate Question.

(OP)
derfloh: Long day. Sorry. Thanks for pointing that out :)

ACSS

RE: Extracting the ASBCE private key and identity certificate Question.

(OP)
derfloh: I appreciate the kind words. I try. Its alot of work :)

Alot of my success is a result of your help! Very much appreciated!

ACSS

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