Install SSL

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Re: Install SSL

Postby frhey » Tue May 31, 2011 8:01 am

Sounds good :-)

What have I to do for "livechat support"?
I have no chat client installed in the moment.

Or do you know "Teamviewer"? You will get remote desktop access to me with it.

best regards
Frank
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Re: Install SSL

Postby FTP » Tue May 31, 2011 8:10 am

Live support through our website: http://www.wftpserver.com/contacts.htm
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Re: Install SSL

Postby frhey » Tue May 31, 2011 12:51 pm

OK, following the instructions of the livechat support the problem is solved, now :-)

Just to let you know:

I had a digital signed certificate in .pem format. The request for this certificate was not created by wingFTP. The certificate works fine in other applications, but not in wingFTP: "invalid SSL certifacte file".

So I followed the instructions and created a new self-made certicate with wingFTP and got 3 files .crt .key .csr. I put .crt and .key into the certificate- and key-path of wingFTP-Certificate-Manager (like written in the wingFTP-manual). Then I send the .csr (request file) to my CA provider. He change my old pem-file to a new one with the new request (.csr). After this I changed the certificate-path in wingFTP-Certificate-Manager from .crt to my new .pem-file. In the key-path the .key-file stays anymore. And https works fine...

Thank you for your support.

best regards
Frank
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Re: Install SSL

Postby pbraendle » Thu Jun 07, 2012 1:54 pm

I have the same problem. I created the csr file, put this to the order by the CA and got the certificate. How do I have to proceed? If I change the Certificate Path to the new certificate, "Invalid SSL certificate file" comes up.

Thanks for your help

Best, Patrik
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Re: Install SSL

Postby pbraendle » Thu Jun 07, 2012 1:59 pm

Problem is solved, I saved the certificate as a x.509, instead of PKCS#7.

Best, Patrik
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