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Status Submitted
Categories Security
Created by Guest
Created on Mar 22, 2024

Automation of certificate replacement in SSP and SI

As we are replacing SSL certificates more often and validity lengths are shortening we will have to do more certification replacements. I would like a way to automate the certificate replacement within SI and SSP. I would need an automated or scripted way to do the following without having to go into the UI:

1) place a new cert into the SSP cert repository
2) update the SSP adapater to use the new cert
3) place a new cert into the SI certificate repository (seems there is a command for this already)

4) Update the SI adapter to use the new cert

What is your industry? Electronics
How will this idea be used?

A cert is nearing expiration. Prior to the expiration a new cert is generated. We then use automation to apply the cert to SSP and SI and update adapter to use the new cert without having to manually enter the cert and change the adapters in the UI.