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EMS Administration Guide

CA Certificates

After uploading or importing a certificate, you must configure it in a profile using the Install CA Certificate on Client option to provision it to endpoints. See System Settings.

Uploading certificates

You can locally upload a CA certificate.

  1. Go to Endpoint Policy & Components > CA Certificates.
  2. Select Upload.
  3. In the Upload Local Certificate window, click Browse and locate the certificate.
  4. Click Upload.

Importing certificates

  1. Go to Endpoint Policy & Components > CA Certificates.
  2. Select Import.
  3. In the Import Certificates from FortiGate window, enter the following information:

    IP address/Hostname

    Enter the server IP/hostname in the following format: <ip address> : <port>.

    VDOM

    Enter the VDOM name.

    Username

    Enter the username.

    Password

    Enter the password.

  4. Click Import to import the certificate.

CA Certificates

After uploading or importing a certificate, you must configure it in a profile using the Install CA Certificate on Client option to provision it to endpoints. See System Settings.

Uploading certificates

You can locally upload a CA certificate.

  1. Go to Endpoint Policy & Components > CA Certificates.
  2. Select Upload.
  3. In the Upload Local Certificate window, click Browse and locate the certificate.
  4. Click Upload.

Importing certificates

  1. Go to Endpoint Policy & Components > CA Certificates.
  2. Select Import.
  3. In the Import Certificates from FortiGate window, enter the following information:

    IP address/Hostname

    Enter the server IP/hostname in the following format: <ip address> : <port>.

    VDOM

    Enter the VDOM name.

    Username

    Enter the username.

    Password

    Enter the password.

  4. Click Import to import the certificate.