Regular MKS Toolkit License Error pop-ups appear once MKS is installed and apparently when shell commands are called during install

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Article ID: 49130

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Products

EHEALTH CA eHealth

Issue/Introduction

Description:

Regular MKS Toolkit License Error pop-ups appear once MKS is installed and apparently when shell commands are called during install. These seem to beeither interfering with or indicative of a problem with MKS on the system.

Solution:

Upload the actual certificate that needs to be loaded into the server.

Then, load the certificate manually following these instructions:

  1. Install Required CA Root Certificates

    1. Run mmc

  2. File --> Add/Remove Snap-in

    1. Certificates

  • Computer Account

    1. Expand Certificates --> Third-Party Root Certification Authorities
    2. Right-Click Certificates
    3. All Tasks --> Import
    4. Select UTN-USERFirst-Object.PB7 File
    5. Place in Third-Party Root Certification Authorities

Environment

Release:
Component: EH3PRT

Attachments

1558535039840TEC582831.zip get_app