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etieseler

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Hello everyone, I am going to be importing a Signed SSL Certificate into our RHEL 5.6 server. Now this part is easy, however, in addition to importing the SSL Cert, I need to also update the Root and Intermediate (Or at least the Root) Certs.

In order for this certificate chain to work correctly, is there a certain way I need to import the Root and Intermediate cert? Or do I just import them into my RHEL server just as I would do in any other situation?

If I just import them into RHEL just like normal, when I import the SSL cert into Kerio Connect, will it work or is there anything else I would need to do, such as linking this certificate to the new Root or Intermediate?

Looking forward to any input!

Ed
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Intermediate SSL certificate should be installed to Kerio Connect along with server SSL certificate: http://manuals.kerio.com/connect/adminguide/en/sect-kmscert. html
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