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Renewing the IIS SSL certificate of OfficeScan (OSCE)

    • Updated:
    • 27 Jul 2017
    • Product/Version:
    • OfficeScan 10.6
    • Platform:
    • Windows 2003 Enterprise Server
    • Windows 2003 Standard Server Edition
    • Windows 2008 Enterprise
    • Windows 2008 Standard
Summary

By default, the Internet Information Services (IIS) SSL certificate used by OfficeScan has a validity period of three (3) years. When it expires, you can perform the following steps to renew the IIS SSL certificate.

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To renew the certificate:

 
You can still use the SSL certificate after it has expired but a warning message will appear every time you open the OfficeScan web console.
  1. On the OfficeScan server, open a command prompt.
  2. Go to the \Program Files\Trend Micro\OfficeScan\PCCSRV directory.
  3. Run the following command to add a new certificate to the IIS certificate store:

    svrsvcsetup –enablessl

  4. Open the IIS Manager console (inetmgr.exe).
  5. Right-click the OfficeScan web site, and then click Properties.
  6. Go to the Directory Security tab and open Server Certificate.
  7. When the Web Server Certificate Wizard opens, click Next.
  8. Select Replace the current certificate and click Next.
  9. Select the newly created certificate (with the latest expiration date), and then click Next.
  10. Verify the details of the certificate, and then click Next.
  11. Click Finish.

To renew the certificate:

  1. On the OfficeScan server, open a command prompt.
  2. Go to the \Program Files\Trend Micro\OfficeScan\PCCSRV directory.
  3. Run the following command to add a new certificate to the IIS certificate store:

    svrsvcsetup –enablessl

  4. Open the IIS Manager console (inetmgr.exe).
  5. In the IIS Manager, expand the Sites folder and highlight the OfficeScan virtual site.
  6. In the Actions pane, click Bindings... to open the Site Bindings window.
  7. In the Site Bindings window, select type="https" and click Edit.... The Edit Site Binding window will appear.
  8. From the SSL Certificate section, click the "Search..." button and verify that the certificate expiration date has been extended, or select the certificate with the latest expiration date.
  9. Click OK to close the window.
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Solution Id:
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