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Apply Wildcard SSL Certificate to Confluence Server

Running Windows Server 2012 R2.

Currently on our Confluence server there is a SSL certificate applied which was initially created via a CSR via the java key store.

The SSL certificate works fine but expires soon..

 

We have recently purchased a wildcard certificate for our domain.

How can this wildcard certificate be applied to the Confluence Server via the Java keystore, as I have not found a way to import it due to there not being an original CSR generated in the Java key store.

Is there some ./keytool.exe commands that will import and apply the wildcard certificate into the java keystore even though there is not an original CSR with an alias?

 

TIA.

 

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Tony,

There are some instructions on this page that might help you to import the certificate into JVM:

Can you take a look at that and let me know if that helps you with that, or if you run into any issues?

If the certificate is the the full chain, then the CSR shouldn't be necessary.

Regards,

Shannon

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