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The Advanced tab is used to upload trusted CA Certificates. This includes all Intermediate and Root Certificates.

If your system requires trusting other secure systems, such as VidyoPortals and VidyoRouters, their certificates must also be uploaded in this tab.



Importing a CA Certificate

Vidyo servers ship with a default trusted Certificate Authority (CA) bundle and is enabled by default. This Advanced tab function allows you to enable or disable the use of this list.

You may view the bundle by clicking the View button.

To import a CA certificate:

  1. Log in to the Admin interface using your System Console account.

    For more information, see Logging in to the Admin Interface.

  2. Navigate to MAINTENANCE > SECURITY.

  3. Click the Advanced subtab.

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  4. Click Add.

    The Add Trusted Certificate Authority pop-up displays.

  5. Click Choose File to locate the client CA cert.

  6. Click Upload.

    A Confirmation pop-up displays.

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  7. Click Yes.

    If the changes are applied to your Vidyo server, a system notification displays indicating the settings saved successfully.

Importing and Exporting Certificates

You can also import or export certificate bundles using the Advanced subtab.


Importing Certificates from a Certificate Bundle

To import a bundle:

  1. Log in to the Admin interface using your System Console account.

    For more information, see Logging in to the Admin Interface.

  2. Navigate to MAINTENANCE > SECURITY.

  3. Click the Advanced subtab.

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  4. Click Import security bundle (.pfx, .p12, .p7b).

    The Import Security Bundle pop-up displays.

  5. Click Choose File to locate the bundle.

  6. Enter the password if using the .pfx

  7. Click Upload.

    A Confirmation pop-up displays.

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  8. Click Yes.

    If the changes are applied to your Vidyo server, a system notification displays indicating the settings saved successfully.

Exporting a Security Bundle Containing Your Certificate Configuration

To export your security configuration:

  1. Log in to the Admin interface using your System Console account.

    For more information, see Logging in to the Admin Interface.

  2. Navigate to MAINTENANCE > Security.

  3. Click the Advanced tab.

  4. Click Export security bundle (.pfx).

    The Export Security Bundle pop-up displays.

  5. Enter a password in the Password field.

  6. Click Export.

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    Your browser downloads a .pfx file containing your current security configuration.
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