Upload and replace the self-signed BEMS SSL certificate with a SAN or wildcard certificate for use by all nodes in a cluster Skip Navigation

Upload and replace the self-signed
BEMS
SSL certificate with a SAN or wildcard certificate for use by all nodes in a cluster

You can replace all of the self-signed SSL certificates with a SAN certificate or wildcard certificate using the
BEMS
dashboard (for example, when the certificates expire). The
BEMS
  Dashboard can upload the SSL certificate to each
BEMS
node and enable the certificate to be used by all nodes in the cluster. The certificate file type must have a .pfx or .p12 extension. If you imported the certificate manually prior to upgrading
BEMS
,
BEMS
continues to use the previous certificate.
Verify that you obtained a SAN or wildcard certificate. Make sure that you know the password for the certificate file.
  1. In the
    BlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Server Dashboard
    , under
    BEMS System Settings
    , click
    SSL Certificate
    .
  2. In the
    Upload SSL Certificate
    section, click
    Choose File
    .
  3. Navigate to the certificate file that you want to upload. Click
    Open
    .
  4. In the
    Password
    field, enter the password for the certificate.
  5. Optional, select the
    Use the uploaded Server SSL Certificate for all nodes in the cluster
    check box. The
    BEMS
    Dashboard logs you out and all of the nodes in the cluster use the same certificate.
    If this is the first time that you upload a certificate, this check box displays after the password is entered.