Using the Casper JSS’s built-in certificate authority to generate Tomcat SSL certificates
I upgraded my Casper test box this morning to Casper 8.51. When I logged in, I got a message that my self-signed SSL certificate had expired a while ago.
This was certainly true, so I decided to change my Tomcat SSL certificate to a certificate issued by the JSS’s own built-in PKI certificate authority. If you also want to do this, here’s how:
1. Log into your Casper JSS.
2. Click on the Settings tab.
3. Click on the General Settings link
4. Click on Server Configuration
5. Click the Replace with certificate from the JSS’s built-in CA link
6. When prompted, you’ll need to restart Tomcat to apply the changes. (I rebooted my Casper test box to do this.)