server-based-signature-certificates

Server-based signature certificates

Server-based signature certificates

 Server-based signatures are digital certificates previously installed in the system.  By clicking on ‘My certificates’ from the options menu, you may use any of them. Only the group administrator can manage certificates for server-based signatures.



You can import as many as you want, and you can define which of them you will use by default in your server-based signatures. 

Add a new certificate

The first step is to get the certificate in software format, using .p12 or .pfx extensions. In both cases you must know the password to install it. Next you will have to choose the name (or ALIAS) to identify it in your signature policies, and then you must choose a new password to access the imported certificate.

How to use a default certificate for my server-based signatures?

Once you import the certificate, you only have to check this option. This means that you will no longer need to specify any aliases or passwords for your server-based signature policies.



Once you import the certificate, you only have to check this option. This means that you will no longer need to specify any aliases or passwords for your server-based signature policies.

The alias set as the default certificate in your group will be highlighted in bold


The following video explains how to install and use certificates for server-based signatures.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXzjyl81qqw&feature=youtu.be

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