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Using on-premise ESET Protect Server with Certify the Web


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Have not tried, but it should be fairly easy, as management console is using Apache Tomcat for hosting console. There are even steps in documentation of Certify the Web: https://docs.certifytheweb.com/docs/deployment/tasks/tomcat/. Only possible issues might be with pfx type of certificates - we have seen previously it might not work in all environments, which would require you to convert certificate to different container format (ideally Java - jks format).

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I tried doing it that way didnt work.

 

In the end I just ended up doing it manually by adding a customer cert on the installer

It be good if ESET could add functionality into itself to use Certify the Web in the future. 

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