HP INSIGHT MANAGER: Trusted Certificate has Expired

Posted on 2009-05-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-07

I have been getting this error in event sentry lately. I get one for 2 of my servers, an exchange server and a terminal server. I can't find any certificates that need to be changed. Can someone point me in the right direction please? Is this a server thing or a HP Insight Manager thing?

EVENT # 34955
EVENT LOG Application
SOURCE HP Systems Insight Manager
TIME 5/14/2009 3:31:20 PM
MESSAGE exch-srvr: Trusted Certificate has Expired: Event Name: Trusted Certificate has Expired
URL: https://exch-srvr:<port number>/
Event originator: exch-srvr
Event Severity: Critical
Event received: 14-May-2009, 15:31:11
Event description: A Trusted Certificate has expired.
Question by:jamie177
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Expert Comment

ID: 24390443
Couldcheck the cert on the EXCH-SRVR, under C:\hp\something\wbem\certs and review the dates.
Sounds like it HPSIM, usually the HPSIM cert has a long TTL (10 years)
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Expert Comment

ID: 24396758
Login in to your SIM (system insight services manager) via browser and put a check on the relevant server. On the top menu bar click Option --> security --> certificates --> trusted certificated. There, you can import the new certificate. If you don't need certificate, just select the radio option Always Accept on the  top left and you will not need to use your cert. In stead, it uses the SIM default cert.


Author Comment

ID: 24399077
In the system insight services manager the certificate says that it expires in 2017..

But the notifications say it is expired.

            Not Before: Apr  2 02:48:48 2007 GMT
            Not After : Apr  2 02:48:48 2017 GMT

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jamie177 earned 0 total points
ID: 24432192
uninstalled and reinstalled

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