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Subject: Error processing certificate created by /org for /org
Feedback Type: Problem
Product Area: Notes Client
Technical Area: Error Message
Platform: Windows
Release: 8.5.3
Reproducible: Always

This error message is frequently appearing in the local notes client log under Miscellaneous Events especially at authentication:
Error processing certificate created by /org for /org: The subject's public key found in the certificate is not the one stored in our ID file for that entity.

I've checked the key identifier for the certifier in the user id under (user security / identity of others /authorities) and it matches the key identifier in the Domino Directory for the certifier. It also matches the /org key identifier according to the server id under (user security / identity of others / authorities).

So I'm a little perplexed about where else to look, and was wondering if this could cause any actual functional problems down the line? I'm not seeing any related messages in the server log. The CA process has not been implemented. All certifications have been done using cert.id.


Feedback number BERNAPLFXN created by Ben Erickson on 07/25/2017

Status: Closed
Comments:

Error processing certificate create... (Ben Erickson 25.Jul.17)
. . Hm. Do you think it might be in a c... (Mike Woolsey 25.Jul.17)
. . . . it's on a separate notes client (Ben Erickson 25.Jul.17)
. . According to IBM ... (Mike Woolsey 26.Jul.17)
. . . . extracting public keys (Ben Erickson 26.Jul.17)
. . SOLVED (Ben Erickson 27.Jul.17)
. . . . Aha! Good point, and thanks for ret... (Mike Woolsey 31.Jul.17)




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