This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Andrew Stoakes on 2018-11-22
As of this morning new are unable to login to DCO, but we can login to DCE. The error we get is L:ogin failed because of SSL issue which indicates that this is a certificate issue. We had an expired cert in DCE so a new one was created. Do we need to import the new certificate in to DCO, if so how?
We use DCE to authenticate DCO users. I can log in to DCO:10000 as root
Have rebooted both DCE and DCO but the error still remains.
This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-11-23
As described in the following page: Configuring authentication servers used for managing remote users
Log in as a local user on the DCO server and trust the new certificate from the AD, LDAP, or DCE server to re-enable authentication.
In Web-client, log in as a local user and go to Administration > Authentication Servers, and then edit the integrated authentication server (DCE) settings, re-enter username/password and then push OK. That should update the communication between the servers.
This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Andrew Stoakes on 2018-11-24
thanks. If I could logon as a local user I would but I cant....That's the issue. I now can not get to the admin page (dcoserver:10000) going to have to reinstall and restore from backup
This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-11-26
I don't think restoring a backup file could be relevant in this case. Are you also unable to login to server webmin interface?
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