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Replacing the Self-Signed SSL Certificate in PowerChute Business Edition versions 10.0.2 and above

Issue:
How to replace the self-signed cert used by PowerChute Business Edition for HTTPS communication.

Product Line:
PowerChute Business Edition versions 10.0.2 and above

Environment:
All supported Windows and Linux operating systems.

Cause:
Informational

Background:

PowerChute Business Edition is a web-based application accessible via a browser. By default PowerChute uses a self-signed SSL certificate for its Web Interface. Starting with PowerChute v10.0.2 it is possible to use your own certificate, for example one that has been signed by a Trusted Certificate Authority (CA), instead of the self-signed certificate.

Solution:
Please review the steps outlined in the attached PDF

For assistance with adding the self-signed certificate to a web browser see Schneider Electric FAQ FA165288 How to install the PowerChute Business Edition Agent “self-signed” security certificate to a browser.
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