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Importing CA Certificates for
BEMS

By default,
BEMS
is only aware of public CA certificates. If
BEMS
must communicate with a server that does not have a certificate issued by a public Certificate Authority (CA), then you must import the non-public CA root certificate from the server's certificate chain into the
BEMS
host Java keystore or
BEMS
database using the Dashboard.  In this section, non-public CA certificates refers to a certificate that is not trusted by
BEMS
.
BEMS
may connect to the following servers in your environment:
  • Microsoft Exchange Server
  • Active Directory Federation Service (ADFS)
  • BlackBerry Proxy
    or
    Good Proxy
  • Microsoft SharePoint
  • Microsoft Office Web Apps
  • Microsoft
    Office Online
    Server
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Microsoft Active Directory
    using LDAP/LDAPS
You can import the server’s SSL certificates (or the root or intermediate certificate chain) to
BEMS
using the following methods: