In my new role at Nutanix I’ve had the pleasure of working with end customers, and configuring their vSphere 6.0 environment. During this process, SSL certificates have come up. Surprisingly, thus far my clients have chosen the VMCA method of deploying certificates. This is great, as it automates certificate deployments in a vSphere 6.0 environment. Even with the VMware certificate tools, there are some manual steps for configuring the VMCA. My vSphere 6.0 toolkit automates most of those steps.
However, while going through the process we stumbled upon a slight bug in my Toolkit when using an intermediate certificate authority. I’ve since fixed that bug, and uploaded the latest vSphere 6.0 SSL Toolkit here.
I’ve been exceptionally busy the last few months, which is why blogging and updating the Toolkit script has taken a back seat. But I did want to get this script update pushed out so other customers don’t run into VMCA problems.
If you are unfamiliar with my vSphere 6.0 SSL Toolkit, then read up on my full vSphere 6.0 installation series here.