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Administration Guide

How to export/back up certificates & private keys

Because FortiWeb requires your X.509 certificates to protect HTTPS transactions, when you back up your FortiWeb configuration, make sure that you select a backup type that includes the certificates. If the FortiWeb hardware fails, having backed-up certificates minimizes the time required to reconfigure a replacement appliance.

To further guarantee service uptime from the perspective of your clients, deploy your FortiWeb in HA. For details, see FortiWeb high availability (HA) .

For information on the different backup methods and the backup options that include certificates, see Backup & restore.

How to export/back up certificates & private keys

Because FortiWeb requires your X.509 certificates to protect HTTPS transactions, when you back up your FortiWeb configuration, make sure that you select a backup type that includes the certificates. If the FortiWeb hardware fails, having backed-up certificates minimizes the time required to reconfigure a replacement appliance.

To further guarantee service uptime from the perspective of your clients, deploy your FortiWeb in HA. For details, see FortiWeb high availability (HA) .

For information on the different backup methods and the backup options that include certificates, see Backup & restore.