In Agile Central, How do I generate an On-Premises certificate signing request for SSL?

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Article ID: 4090

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CA OPS/MVS Event Management & Automation CA Agile Central On Premise (Rally)

Issue/Introduction

Agile Central On-Premise solution is shipped with a default, self-signed SSL certificate. Customers can generate their own certificate, purchase a certificate from a third party vendor, or use the Agile Central certificate that is installed by default. The following commands outline how to generate a SSL certificate from a third party vendor:

Environment

Release:
Component: ACPREM

Resolution

openssl genrsa -des3 -out www.mydomain.com.key 1024
 
openssl req -new -key www.mydomain.com.key –out www.mydomain.com.csr
 
cp www.mydomain.com.key www.mydomain.com.key.org

openssl rsa -in www.mydomain.com.key.org -out  www.mydomain.com.key

The SSL certificate that is obtained should be a single root or unchained certificate. This file will used in combination with the key generated in Step 1 to upload to our On-Premises image.

  1. Generate a private key:
  2. Generate a Certificate Signing Request (this certificate will be used to generate our ssl certificate on the third party's site):
  3. Remove the passphrase from the key:
  4. Submit your request to your third party vendor.
  5. Use the crt file the vendor sends you in combination with the key file you generated to upload to your On-Premise Image.