Access either the Administration Server or the Server Manager and choose the Security tab.
From the Server Manager you must first select the server instance from the drop-down list.
Click the Install Certificate link.
Check the type of certificate you are installing:
Select the Cryptographic Module from the drop-down list.
Enter the Key-Pair File Password.
Leave the certificate name field blank if it will be the only one used for this server instance, unless the following conditions are satisfied:
Multiple certificates will be used for virtual servers
Enter a certificate name unique within the server instance
Cryptographic modules other than internal are used
Enter a certificate name that is unique across all server instances within a single cryptographic module
If a name is entered, it is displayed in the Manage Certificates list, and should be descriptive. For example, “United States Postal Service CA” is the name of a CA, and “VeriSign Class 2 Primary CA” describes both a CA and the type of certificate. When no certificate name is entered, the default value is applied.
Message is in this file and enter the full pathname to the saved email
Message text (with headers) and paste the email text
If you copy and paste the text, make sure you include the headers “Begin Certificate” and “End Certificate”—including the beginning and ending hyphens.
Add Certificate if you are installing a new certificate.
Replace Certificate if you are installing a certificate renewal.
For the Server Manager, click Apply, and then Restart for changes to take effect.
The certificate is stored in the server’s certificate database. The filename will be <alias>-cert8.db. For example: