How do I add a Group Key to an existing group on the Symantec Encryption Management Server?
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To add a group key to an existing group on the Symantec Encryption Management Server
When you click Generate, a new group key will be created using the current default settings for a group key.
When you click Import, the Import Key page appears. Select a key file or paste a key block, enter the passphrase of the private key, then click Import.
Caution: A group can have only one active group key. If you add a group key to a group that already has a group key assigned, the existing group key will be overwritten by the group key you are adding.
As mentioned above proceed with caution. To know if your Group already has a Group Key, go to the overview page and check if there is already a double-key icon to the right indicating the presence of this key:
Additionally, if you click the Group, and under the "Keys" section, click View, you'll be able to see the existing Group Key associated to the group: