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Users are allowed to replace the default server certificate with an official one signed by a publicly known CA (for example, VeriSign or RSA Certificate Management).

To replace the default certificate

  1. Generate a key pair.
  2. Generate a certificate signing request (CSR) file.
  3. Send the CSR file to a well-known CA for certification.
  4. Import the signed certificate into a keystore.

    The last step saves the keystore into the pronto/conf folder and changes the property setting in pronet.conf.

3 Comments

  1. So how do you generate a key pair, how do you generate a CSR.

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  3. This is not very well defined: The last step saves the keystore into the pronto/conf folder and changes the property setting in pronet.conf.

    What are the settings that need to be changed? What about CA Root? Does the service need to be restarted?