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How to install a new SSL certificate on Traditional Platforms?

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  • Michael Ray

    "The correct place for these on debian is in /etc/defaults/jenkins for a Master and /etc/defaults/jenkins-oc for an Operations Center." - James Brown

     

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  • Denys Digtiar

    Hi Thomas,

    Default keystore password as mentioned in the notes in section B. It is most likely: changeit

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  • Matthew Magee

    I'm not following these instructions; I'm also very new to CloudBees/Jenkins.

    We need to enable SSL between the load balancer and the application.

    I've got a .cert, .chain, and a .key file given to me that was created by our centrify server.

    Can a working example be given on how to make this work?

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  • Kamil Mackow

    Windows OSS Jenkins Install Details

    cacerts bundle location: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Jenkins\jre\lib\security\cacerts"

    keytool.exe location: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Jenkins\jre\bin\keytool.exe"

    keystore password: changeit

    Make sure to restart jenkins service after adding certificates: net stop jenkins; net start jenkins

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  • Thomas Hofmann

    Hello everybody,

    Sorry for the question, but which Password is required?
    (2. Import your certificate)

    Thanks in advance

     

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