Is there a reason or by design that I need to have root.pem / intermediate.pem and client.pem and a key when I add an ICG?
Are you going to implement DER encoded too? Or pfx with cert and key included?
Hi Johan. So we need the whole chain of the certs. That is normally the Root CA of the issuer (e.g. GoDaddy), then an intermediate cert, then yours (customer.ch customer.ch) and a private key. That’s by design.
A PFX is the Windows format of Certificates, in Linux we’re working with BASE64 format and files with cer/crt and pem extensions.
You need to convert the PFX file using “openssl for windows”.
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