Everything in this thread relates to Zimbra 5 RC2.
This is kind of a follow up to my other thread. According to the instructions in the article here, the method for integrating root certificates is as follows:
If your certificate is in DER format it must be converted to PEM:
If it is already in PEM format then you simply run this command:openssl x509 -out exported-pem.crt -outform pem -text -in exported.crt -inform der
Am I correct in assuming that when using the wizard, you would perform these steps:cat exported-pem.crt ca_int1.crt ca_int2.crt >> my.crt
1. Generate CSR
2. Send CSR to CA and receive reply (in my case the certificate and two intermediate ones- including a Root certificate)
3. Intergrate the certificates on the command line
4. Install the certificate using the wizard on the admin interface.
This makes perfect sense to me, and I think these are helpful instructions for people new to the process.
My problem however, is what if you miss out step 3? I happen to have done this by accident. Does anybody know what the solution is? I would really rather not re-submit another csr and have to install it again, but if that is the solution then so be it. What I am wondering is, can I simply merge the certificates now, and go straight to the install process on the wizard?