I'm trying to set up SSO on my K1000 again, and I need to use a self signed cert for now. I created the cert, but it's expired. The valid dates were 11/22/2011-11/21/2012. Any idea how I can make it create a new cert to be valid for the next year? I'm running 6.3 with the latest updates.
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Just following up. I did manage to get the cert and ultimately got the single sign on working, but I had to search around for some information that really should be listed as prerequisites in the admin guide. I found what I needed in the troubleshooting guide, so it's worth reading through that before doing the setup.
https://support.software.dell.com/k1000-systems-management-appliance/kb/111863
Answered 04/16/2015 by: tpr
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Answered 04/14/2015 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • Thanks, but I've read those articles and they don't address my particular problem. They describe how to set up a verified cert, and also warn that self signed certs must be added through group policy. I'm prepared to do that with the self signed, but that won't work if the cert is already expired.
  • I just discovered that we have a service on campus that I can use to create a new cert for the kbox, so I won't need the self signed cert after all. Thanks.
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