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A public certificate must be unique, so the creator of a public key certificate generates an arbitrary, unique name for the certificate. Typically, an X.509 distinguished name is used. An alternate name can also be used for identification. The format of these names is tag=value. The values are arbitrary, though the format of the value must correspond to its tag type. For example, the format of the email tag is email@example.com.
Note - To label packets and IKE negotiations on a Trusted Extensions system, follow the procedures in Configuring Labeled IPsec (Task Map) in Trusted Extensions Configuration and Administration.
Public key certificates are managed in the global zone on Trusted Extensions systems. Trusted Extensions does not change how certificates are managed and stored.