In addition to issuing SSL Certificates, a Trusted Root CA certificate can also be used to create another certificate, which in turn can be used to issue SSL Certificates. The majority of SSL certificates in use around the world are chained certificates of this type. As the Intermediate Certificate is issued by the Trusted Root CA, any SSL Certificates issued by the Intermediate Certificate inherits the trust of the Trusted Root – effectively creating a certification chain of trust. In many cases the chaining is not limited to a single intermediate. More than one intermediate certificate may be part of a Certificates Bundle.

To upload your server CA certificates (intermediates) files:

  1. Log in to the Super Admin portal using your Super Admin account.

    For more information, see Logging in to the Super Admin Portal.

    The Components page displays by default.

  2. Click the Settings tab.

    The Upload System License page displays by default.

  3. Click to the left of Security on the left menu.

  4. Click Server CA Certificates from the submenu.

    The Server CA Certificates page displays.

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  5. Click Upload.

    The Select Server CA Certificate pop-up displays.

  6. Click the Select File () icon.

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  7. Select your server CA certificate file on your computer (may also be referred to as the Intermediate Certificate by your Certificate Authority) or local network and click Upload.

    A single file may contain multiple intermediate certificates. You can additionally upload the Root CA in this location in order to present the certificate to your clients along with the certificate chain. However, this is not recommended as standard security practice.



    If the upload is successful, the File Upload Success pop-up displays.

    The page then loads the Certificate Information, Issuer, Subject, and the Certificates in the screen.
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