Install your SSL Certificate on Lync 2010

Introduction: Microsoft Lync 2010 combines instant messaging, VoIP calling, live meetings, and videoconferencing, but it’s more than the sum of these parts. Although Lync integrates with almost any PBX, it puts the PC at the center of communications so effectively that it could send your current phone system packing. Lync provides clear VoIP calling and crisp videoconferencing without requiring special network accommodations. It integrates with Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, and Microsoft Office, bringing user presence information to Outlook and SharePoint team sites and allowing instant messages and phone calls to be initiated with a click. Installation steps: On the Windows Start menu, click All Programs > Microsoft Lync Server 2010 > Lync Server Deployment Wizard. In the Lync Server 2010 […]

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How to install SSL certificate on LOTUS server version 4.6+

How to install SSL certificate on LOTUS server version 4.6+ Lotus Domino is a business collaboration software developed by IBM to host critical applications, messaging (enterprise-grade email) and workflow, and provide security features for business-critical information. Lotus Domino can be used as a Web server and/or as an application server for the Lotus Notes application, the client-side of a client-server collaborative application. STEPS to install SSL certificate: Note: Installing SSL Certificates on Lotus Domino Web Server requires that the Certificate files be merged into the same Key Ring used to generate the CSR. If you do not have this Key Ring, then you will need to have a new certificate issued with a new CSR from a new Key Ring. […]

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LOTUS Domino GO SSL Installation Instructions

Lotus Domino is business collaboration software developed by IBM for hosting critical applications, messaging (enterprise-grade email) and workflow, and providing security features for business-critical information. Lotus Domino can be used as a Web server and/or as an application server for the Lotus Notes application, the client-side of a client-server collaborative application. Steps: Preparing your Primary Server Certificate: Open your primary Certificate (your_domain_name.crt) in a text editor and save a copy of this file in .txt format. Name this file “your_domain_name.txt”. Preparing the Root and Intermediate CA Root Certificates: Open the Intermediate Root SSL Certificate (DigiCertCA.crt) into a text editor and save by the same name but as a .txt file. Do the same thing for the Root Certificate (TrustedRoot.crt). Make […]

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SSL Certificate Installation on Lighttpd Server

Lighttpd is a secure, fast, compliant, and very flexible web-server that has been optimized for high-performance environments. It has a very low memory footprint compared to other web servers and takes care of the CPU load. Its advanced feature-set (FastCGI, CGI, Auth, Output-Compression, URL-Rewriting and many more) make Lighttpd the perfect web server-software for every server that suffers load problems. SSL Installation Steps: Copy the Certificate files to your server.Log in to download your Intermediate (DigiCertCA.crt) and Primary Certificates (your_domain_name.crt) from the CA account and then copy them to the directory on your server; you will keep your certificate and key files. Make them readable by root only. Concatenate the certificate and key file. You need to concatenate the key […]

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How to install SSL on IPlanet?

iPlanet Web Server is an extremely powerful multi-process, multi-threaded, secure web server built on open standards that enable your business enterprise to integrate with other internal and external systems seamlessly. By providing high performance, reliability, scalability, and manageability, regardless of your enterprise’s size, iPlanet Web Server solves your website’s business-critical needs. STEPS: In the Server Manager, choose the server you are securing. Under the Security tab, go to Install Certificate. **Note: For the Certificate to function correctly, you must complete the following steps in the correct order. Do not shut down or restart the server until all steps below have been completed. Install the Root Certificate: Click on Server Certificate Chain.Copy and paste the text of the TrustedRoot.crt certificate into […]

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IBM Http Server SSL Installation

IBM HTTP Server (IHS) is a web server based on the Apache Software Foundation’s HTTP Server that runs on AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, JADE, Windows NT, IBM and z/OS. It is available for download and use free of charge but without IBM support. The HTTP server is also included in the IBM Web Sphere Application Server distribution packages. The default web console administration port is 8008. On IBM i, the administration port is 2001. The license agreement for the IBM HTTP Server is IBM’s International License Agreement for Non-Warranted Programs (ILAN). SSL Installation: Log on to the load balance server as a user with administrative privileges. Start iKeyman by running the following command: IHS_root/bin/ikeyman Where IHS_root is the location of […]

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SSL Installation instructions on IBM Watson IoT Platform

IBM Watson™ IoT Platform is a fully managed, cloud-hosted service that makes it simple to derive value from the Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Simply register and connect your device, be it a sensor, a gateway, or something else, to the Watson IoT Platform and start sending data securely up to the cloud using the open, lightweight MQTT messaging protocol. You can set up and manage your devices using your online dashboard or our secure APIs so that your apps can access and use your live and historical data. SSL Installation: Upload the SSL Certificate to Your IBM Watson IoT Platform Account In a browser, open and log into the IBM Watson IoT Platform account. On the All Boards page, […]

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How to install Document Signing Certificate and Reinitialize Your Token

On the My Orders tab, on the Manage Orders page, in the list of your current certificates, select the Order# for the Document Signing Certificate you want to install on your token. On the Manage Your Certificate – Order # page, in the Order # section, to the Initialization Code’s right, locate and record your Document Signing Certificate’s initialization code (i.e., InitializationCode). Next, click the DigiCert Document Signing Installer link to download the DigiCert Document Signing Installer. Unzip DigiCertDocumentSigningInstaller.zip and then, double-click DigiCert Document Signing Installer.exe. In the DigiCert Document Signing Installer window, on the Welcome page, click Next. On the License Agreement page, read the User License Agreement, check I accept and agree to the license agreement, and then […]

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Installing Your Document Signing Certificate on Your Token

On the My Orders tab, on the Manage Orders page, in the list of your current certificates, select the Order# for the Document Signing Certificate you want to install on your token. On the Manage Your Certificate – Order # page, in the Order # section, to the Initialization Code’s right, locate and record your Document Signing Certificate’s initialization code (i.e. InitializationCode). Next, click the DigiCert Document Signing Installer link to download the DigiCert Document Signing Installer. Unzip DigiCertDocumentSigningInstaller.zip and, double-click DigiCert Document Signing Installer.exe. In the DigiCert Document Signing Installer window, on the Welcome page, click Next. On the License Agreement page, read the User License Agreement, check I accept and agree to the license agreement, and click Next. […]

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Java Code Signing Certificate Set Up and Usage Guide

In Java, the process for setting up your DigiCert Code Signing Certificate consists of creating a Java keystore and a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) and then, installing your DigiCert generated code signing certificate file to the Keystore file from where the CSR was generated. Java CSR Creation and Codes Signing Certificate Installation Before using these instructions, make sure that the Java Development Kit (JDK) is installed on your server or local computer. You can run the commands in this instruction wherever you have the keytool command available. After creating your CSR, make sure that you keep track of your keystore file because it contains your private key. In addition, you need the keystore file to install your DigiCert® Code Signing […]

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