Using Generic Simple Storage Service (S3) partition for S3-compliant storage devices having self-signed certificate
When S3-compatible storage devices are using self-signed certificate, then that certificate is required to be imported to all Enterprise Vault storage servers for proper TLS communication.
Perform the following steps to import a self-signed certificate of S3-compliant storage device on Enterprise Vault server:
- Ensure that you have a self-signed certificate of S3-compliant storage device in PEM format.
- From the Windows Start menu, open mmc.exe.
- Select File > Add/Remove Snap-in.
- Select Certificates and click Add.
- Select Computer account, and then click Next.
- Select Local Computer > click Finish > click OK.
- Expand to Trusted Root Certification Authorities under Console Root > Certificates.
- Right-click Certificates > All Tasks > Import.
- This will open a Certificate Import Wizard.
- Select Local Machine and then click Next.
- Provide the certificate file using the Browse button, then click Next.
- Select the Place all certificates in the following store option.
- Browse and select Trusted Root Certification Authorities, and then click Next.
- Click Finish to complete the certificate import.
- Verify the imported CA certificate.
Note: Enterprise Vault does not recommend using self-signed certificates.
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