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SSL/TLS Certificate Installation Instructions - Oracle Wallet Manager

Article Number: 46360

  Before you begin
  • Never share private keys files. 
  • If you plan on using the same certificate on multiple servers always transfer the private key using a secure method (e-mail is not considered a secure method of transfer).
  • It is best practice to ensure that you have current and up to date Ciphers and Protocols to ensure the best security when deploying a new Private key and Server Certificate.
  • Make sure you run the SSL Server Test at the end of the installation process to check your certificate configuration against SSL/TLS Best Practices.
  • For more information on SSL/TLS Best Practices, click here.
Installing your Entrust SSL/TLS Certificate on Oracle Wallet Manager

 

1.   Click the Download button in the pickup wizard to download your certificate files. Clicking the download button will produce a zip file that includes your Server Certificate, the Entrust chain/intermediate certificates(s) and the Entrust Root certificate. Extract the files from the zip file.

 

2. In the Oracle Wallet Manager interface top menu, click on Operations > Import Trusted Certificate.

3. In the dialog box that appears, select the the option to Paste the Certificate and then click OK.

4. In the resulting dialog box, you will need to paste the contents of the Root.crt file that you downloaded in step 1 by opening the file in Notepad, copying the entire contents, and pasting it into the Import Trusted Certificate box on your Oracle Wallet Manager interface.  Click OK to complete the import process for the Entrust Root certificate.

5. In the Oracle Wallet Manager interface top menu, click on Operations > Import Trusted Certificate.

6. In the dialog box that appears, select the the option to Paste the Certificate and then click OK.

7. In the resulting dialog box, you will need to paste the contents of the Intermediate2.crt file that you downloaded in step 1 by opening the file in Notepad, copying the entire contents, and pasting it into the Import Trusted Certificate box on your Oracle Wallet Manager interface.  Click OK to complete the import process for the Entrust Chain certificate.

8. In the Oracle Wallet Manager interface top menu, click on Operations > Import Trusted Certificate.

9. In the dialog box that appears, select the the option to Paste the Certificate and then click OK.

10. In the resulting dialog box, you will need to paste the contents of the Intermediate1.crt file that you downloaded in step 1 by opening the file in Notepad, copying the entire contents, and pasting it into the Import Trusted Certificate box on your Oracle Wallet Manager interface.  Click OK to complete the import process for the Entrust Chain certificate.

11. Click on Operations > Import User Certificate

12. In the dialog box that appears, select the the option to Paste the Certificate and then click OK.

13. In the resulting dialog box, you will need to paste the contents of the ServerCertificate.crt file that you downloaded in step 1 by opening the file in Notepad, copying the entire contents, and pasting it into the Import Trusted Certificate box on your Oracle Wallet Manager interface.  Click OK to complete the import process for your signed Entrust server certificate.

14. You should see a message stating that the certificate import was successful and the wallet status should change to ready.

15. In the Oracle HTTP Server menu, click Administration > Virtual Hosts

16. Locate the SSL host for port 443, click Configure > SSL Configure

17. Select the new wallet from the Server Wallet Name list

18. Perform an Oracle HTTP Server stop and start
 

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