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vSphere 6.0 Install Pt. 11: VMCA as Subordinate

As mentioned in my vSphere 6.0 install part 3, VMware has introduced a new certificate option in this release. You can now make a built-in VMware certificate authority (VMCA) a subordinate to your enterprise CA. This is great news, as it will allow some automation of the certificate deployment process....

vSphere 5.5 Toolkit v1.55 Released

vSphere 5.5 Toolkit v1.55 Released

Yes, time to update my vSphere 5.5 Toolkit with a few more features and bug fixes. For those of you that need to replace your vSphere 5.5 SSL certificates, the process can be somewhat cumbersome and time consuming. While VMware has a tool to help you replace the certificates once...

vSphere 5.5 Install Pt. 5: SSL Deep Dive

Now that you've read up on upgrade best practices and SSO enhancements in the first four installments, we can get to the fun stuff! Understanding vCenter 5.5 SSL certificates. Ok maybe not fun for all, but fun to me. Last year in my 5.1 install series I just plowed right into...

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VMware SSL pain? vCert Manager to the Rescue

One of the most critical aspects to securing your VMware vSphere environment is replacing the self-signed certificates with trusted certificates. VSS Labs is releasing a new product, called vCert Manager, which will vastly improve the SSL certificate management experience for VMware customers. Over the years I've written several articles detailing...

Import IIS SSL Certificate to Citrix NetScaler

Import IIS SSL Certificate to Citrix NetScaler

For a recent project I've been configuring a Citrix NetScaler (which are wickedly cool) for load balancing of a web service over SSL. The web service is hosted on a Windows server using IIS, so I wanted to re-use the SSL certificate on the NetScaler. The steps to import IIS SSL certificate...

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