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iTools 9 : Administration : Using my SSL cert for iTools Admin Print send FAQs by e-mailask a question
Question:Is it possible to use my real SSL certificate for the iTools Admin console, instead of the self-signed cert that Tenon provides?
Answer:Yes. If your machine is named the same as the virtual host that you are using to share the cert, then you can use your existing SSL certificate for the iTools Admin on port 85.

Just copy the real CA signed certificate to:
/Library/Tenon/WebServer/Configuration/ssl.crt/admin-server.crt

You also need to copy the private key file to:
/Library/Tenon/WebServer/Configuration/ssl.keys/admin-server.key

This will eliminate the complaints from new browsers about "unofficial" certs.
last updated 17.05.2012
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