Set new ERA Server certificate

Your ERA Server certificate is created during installation and distributed to ERA Agents and other components to allow communication to the ERA Server. If necessary, you can configure ERA Server to use a different peer certificate. You can use ERA Server certificate (generated automatically during installation) or a Custom certificate. The ERA Server certificate is required for a secure TLS connection and authentication. The Server certificate is used to make sure that ERA Agents and ERA Proxies do not connect to an illegitimate server. Click Tools > Server Settings to edit certificate settings.

1.Click Admin > Server Settings > expand section Connection, select Change certificate.

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2.Choose from the two Peer certificate types:

Remote Administrator certificate - click Open certificate and select the certificate to use.

Custom certificate - browse to your custom certificate. If you are performing a migration, select the exported certificate from your old ERA Server.

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3.Select Custom certificate, select the ERA Server certificate .pfx file you exported from the old server and then click OK.

4.Restart the ERA Server service, see our Knowledgebase article.