11-01-2010 11:59 AM
Good heavens RIM.....could you add a step that requires me to decode the human genome on my own first?
I'm at a spot I presume many others have been at in that I want to use a certificate from our internal CA to get rid of the annoying "The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority." garbage. I don't handle certificates but for once in a blue moon, and the only document I've found from RIM is using cryptic command line switches that are clear as mud.
All I want to do is use a certificate from our local CA without blowing up the rest of the BES. This document has me wiping out the current web keystore, creating a new password....I can't tell if Step 4 is a next step or an alternative step..
I tired doing some searching here and abroad, but it seems the only people that have done this are those that live server certificates and they aren't much clearer on the step by step for the average admin. Does anybody have experience with this they can share?
I appreciate any help, Thanks.
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11-01-2010 02:10 PM
OK, further searching got it going for me. I used this alternative document:
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11-01-2010 02:16 PM
Thanks for sharing the solution
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