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Recording Certificates List

A Recording Certificate binds a public encryption key to a particular recorded message identity.

This screen displays the list of defined Recording Certificates. To refresh the list at any time, click Refresh. Click a Recording Certificate in the list to display its details.

To filter the contents of this list, type the name or partial name of the object in the Quick Filter field.

To sort the Recording Certificates, click a column heading. Click the heading a second time to reverse the order.

You can perform the following tasks on this screen:


Uploading Recording Certificates

To upload a new certificate:

  1. In the header, go to Administration > Certificates.
  2. On the Recording Certificates panel, click Upload.
  3. On the Upload Certificate panel, in the Certificate File section, click Choose File.
  4. Select the appropriate file. This file must contain an X.509 RSA certificate in PEM format. The Subject Name, Serial Number, Subject DN, Issuer DN fields automatically populate.
  5. In the Key File section, click Choose File.
  6. Select the appropriate file. The file must contain an RSA private key in PEM format. The encoding can be in either Openssl RSA private key, or PKCS8 format. The Details field automatically populates.
  7. Enter the Private Key Password.
  8. Do one of the following:
    • To save the new certificate, click Save.
    • To cancel the new certificate and not save it in the database, click Cancel.

Deleting Recording Certificates

You can delete Recording Certificates that have a Deployed Count of 0. To delete a certificate:

  1. In the header, go to Administration > Certificates.
  2. On the Recording Certificates panel, select the radio button to the left of the certificate you want to delete.
  3. Click Delete.
  4. In the Please Confirm dialog box, do one of the following:
    • To remove the certificate from the database, click OK.
    • To keep the certificate and not remove it from the database, click Cancel.
Important
You cannot delete any certificate that has a Deployed Count greater than zero.

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This page was last modified on 28 May 2018, at 05:11.