This article will guide you through the process of applying a single-domain certificate (CER, CRT, P7B, etc.) in ADSelfService Plus.
Enable the HTTPS option under the Connection settings.
|Common Name||The name of the server in which ADSelfService Plus is running.|
|SAN Name||The names of the additional hosts (sites, IP addresses, etc.) to be protected by the SSL certificate.|
|Organizational Unit||The department name that you want to appear in the certificate.|
|Organization||The legal name of your organization.|
|City||The city name as provided in your organization’s registered address.|
|State/Province||The state/province as provided in your organization’s registered address.|
|Country Code||The two-letter code of the country in which your organization is located.|
|Password||A password must be at least six characters. The more complex the password, the better the security.|
|Validity (In days)||The number of days the certificate should be valid. If no value is provided, it will be set to 90 days.|
|Public Key Length (In bits)||The public key length. The larger the size, the stronger the key. The default size is 1024 bits and can be incremented only in multiples of 64.|
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