Importing an SSL certificate on WindowsAdded by IBM on November 23, 2011 | Version 1 (Original)
|To enable SSL for IBM® Sametime running on Microsoft® Windows®, import the IBM Lotus® Domino® server's SSL certificate into the keystore.
To enable SSL for IBM
® Sametime running on Microsoft
®, import the IBM Lotus
® server's SSL certificate into the keystore.
Before you begin
Make sure you have copied one of the following certificates from the server into the Sametime server's data directory:
- CA.txt (the trusted root certificate)
- Server.txt (the SSL server certificate)
About this task
Follow the steps below to import the SSL certificate into the keystore on the Sametime server:
Parent topic: Importing the Lotus Domino server's SSL certificate into the keystore
- Open a command prompt and navigate to the Sametime_install_root\ibm-jre\jre\bin directory.
The default installation path for Sametime is C:\Lotus\Domino.
- Start the IKeyMan utility by running the ikeyman.exe program.
- Browse to and select the stkeys.jks key store file.
- Enter the password required to access this file.
- In the "Key database content" area, select Signer certificates.
- Click the Add button.
- In the "Add CAs certificate from a File" dialog box, do the following:
- Verify that Base64-encoded ASCII data is selected as the "Data type"
- Browse to and select the SSL certificate you want to import.
- Click OK.
- In the "Enter a Label" dialog box, do the following:
- Type a label for the certificate.
This label identifies the certificate in the Signer Certificates list of the IBM IKeyMan program.
- Click OK.
The new certificate's label appears in the list of Signer Certificates.
- Close the stkeys.jks keystore file.
- Close the IKeyMan utility.