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I am in the process of upgrading from VMWare view 5 to 5.1.  There are so many different articles I have read and tried but non have seemed to work for getting a CA SSL Certificate.  I have a p7b certificate from Digicert I am trying to get installed with no luck at all.  Any good documents or suggestions on helping me would be appreciated.
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Thanks for the links.  Adding SSL is a tedious process without much documentation.  Hopefully someday there will be a better way.
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Agreed! I've made my grumblings known to VMware :)

Michael Webster, a VCDX in New Zealand, is working on a SSL tool to automate the process. Not sure how it will work, but looks promising. Stay tuned!

~coolsport00
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