« Last post by martyn on Today at 12:16:34 AM »
Where do I get the certificate from that goes on the AD server? Will the AD server guy know what to do with it, or do I need to give him instructions?The certificate is signed by a trusted CA. Depending on the environment it could be as simple as requesting a web server certificate from the internal CA, if they have one, or could be a case of it having a publicly signed certificate by way of a wildcard or individual cert.
Also, slightly different issue, or maybe it's the same - when users access their MiCollab Portal it tells them there is no certificate.By default the MSL will use a self signed certificate. Because clients don't trust this they will receive an error when they go to the user portal. To stop this from happening you either need to load the cert in to the trusted certificates store on each system (either manually or via GPO), or generate a CSR on the server and have it signed by a trusted CA.
The Help file for client certificates says,
"Manage Client Certificates
To securely authenticate connections, some applications may request a security certificate signed by the MSL server using a Mitel Certificate Authority (CA). You can manage Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs) and issued certificates using the Certificate Management panel.
To approve a CSR:
Under Security, click Certificate Management. Certificate requests waiting for approval appear under the heading Queued CSRs.
Click the Certificate ID link."
There is no link. Also, is this something that happens once, or once per user?
I am guessing by this that you are trying to complete an install for a customer? Are you trained and certified on MiCollab & MSL and understand how SSL certificates and Microsoft environments work?