After you generate a SecureAuth MPKI RA certificate, AirWatch can be configured to communicate with SecureAuth.

  1. Navigate to Devices > Certificates > Certificate Authorities.
  2. Click Add.
  3. Select SecureAuth from the Authority Type drop-down menu.
  4. Enter a unique name and description that identifies the SecureAuth certificate authority in the Certificate Authority and Description fields.
  5. In the Server URL field enter https://<SecureAuth_FQDN>/SecureAuthX/webservice/certificateissuerws.svc, where <SecureAuth_FQDN> is the URL of your SecureAuth instance and the “X” in “SecureAuthX” is the realm instance number that is configured for certificates.

    This is the web endpoint that AirWatch will use to submit requests and issue certificates.

  6. Enter the Company GUID, which at the time of this writing can be found by logging in to your SecureAuth admin portal, navigating to the System Information tab, and scrolling down to the License Info section where you can view your Company GUID.
  7. Enter the Username and Password fields, which can be found by logging in to your SecureAuth admin portal, navigating to the Workflow tab, and scrolling down to the FBA WebService section.
  8. Click Save.
  9. Click Test Connection when complete to verify the test is successful. An error message appears indicating the problem if the connection fails.
  10. Click Save.