You can use the Site Recovery Manager Appliance Management Interface to change the appliance certificate for security reasons or if your certificate is expiring.

The certificate must be in a .pem format.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the Site Recovery Manager Appliance Management Interface as admin.
  2. Click Certificates and then click Change.
  3. Select a certificate type.
    Menu item Description
    Generate a self-signed certificate Use an automatically generated certificate.
    1. Enter text values for your organization and organization unit, typically your company name, and the name of your group in the company.
    2. Accept the default FQDN and IP values.
    Note: Using self-signed certificate is not recommended for production environments.
    Use a PKCS #12 certificate file Use a custom certificate.
    1. Click Browse, navigate to the certificate file, and click Open. The certificate file must contain exactly one certificate with exactly one private key matching the certificate.
    2. (Optional) Enter the optional private key encryption password.
    Use a CA-signed certificate generated from CSR Use a CA-signed certificate generated from a CSR.
    1. In the Certificate file row, click Browse, navigate to the certificate file, and click Open.
    2. (Optional) In the CA chain row, click Browse, navigate to the CA chain, and click Open.
  4. Click Change.