Veritas NetBackup™ Commands Reference Guide
- Appendix A. NetBackup Commands
configureTPCerts — provides a way for user to configure third-party certificate for the NetBackup web server.
-keystorefile KeyStore_File_path -keystorepassfile KeyStore_Password_File_Path
On UNIX systems, the directory path to this command is /usr/openv/wmc/bin/install/
On Windows systems, the directory path to this command is install_path\NetBackup\wmc\bin\install\
The configureTPCerts command provides a way to configure third-party certificate to access the NetBackup web user interface. A NetBackup web server instance uses the Java Keystore as the repository for security certificates. If this command is not used, the web user interface that connects to port 443 by default uses the NetBackup issued certificates.
You must have root or administrator rights on the master server to run this command. You must also stop the NetBackup web server service before you run the command.
When you run this command, NetBackup copies the keystore file path and the keystore password file into the configuration data.
This command is not applicable for NetBackup Appliance.
The path of the Java Keystore file that contains the server's third-party certificate chain and matching private key.
The file that contains the password that is used to access the Java Keystore file.
Example: Configure third-party certificate with a given keystore file and keystore password file:
configureTPCerts -keystorefile /home/tpca_cert.jks -keystorepassfile /home/jkskey