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We received the alert for expired certificate in email. We mistakenly removed the expired document encryption cert doccrypto2. After we worked with the support and we found out this cert is required and even it is expired.
Our problem is if this is a critical certificate, why the system didn't prevent us to delete or some warning for this certificates. Also Sterling have many expired certificate similar like this one and required to use on system.
We believe we are not the only one we deleted the system expired certs. If IBM development team can do something to warn or prevent the action of the certs. This will help a lot of Sterling users.
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If the cert is required, they can gray out the delete/edit/checkout of the unique system cert.
If this is important cert for the Sterling system, they should have some warning. e.g. "Caution! This is system cert and make sure you know you are deleting."
Optional, normally before we delete, we always checkout the cert. if the cert contain public and private key, when check out, they should allow to export the full public and private key. Like a checkbox to include the private key and then ask you the security passphrase.
4. Optional, if the cert contain public and private, the Sterling UI should have something show this is public/private cert. In current UI, there are no way to tell if the cert is public only or Public/Private cert.
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