Learn how to install SSL certificates on your server.
After you submit the CSR and receive your SSL server and intermediate certificates, you need to install them on your server.
Your Trend Micro end-entity certificate must be installed with other intermediate certificates in the trust chain in order to be trusted (displaying the padlock or green bar) in the major browsers and applications. Trend Micro certs are issued off the AffirmTrust Networking or Commercial root. The root and intermediate CA certificates you need to install on your servers may include the following certificates, depending on which type of server you use:
- AffirmTrust Networking CA
- Trend Micro CA
For Microsoft servers, download the following documentation: Installing certificates for Microsoft.
For Apache servers, download the following documentation: Installing certificates for Apache.
For other servers, download the following documentation: Installing certificates for other servers.
This documentation includes instructions on how to install certificates on the following servers:
- C2Net Stronghold
- Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) 5500
- Cobalt RaQ4/XTR
- F5 BIG IP (version 9)
- F5 BIG IP (pre-version 9)
- F5 FirePass VPS
- HSphere Web Server
- IBM HTTP Server
- Java-based web server (generic)
- Lotus Domino 8.5
- Oracle Wallet Manager
- Oracle WebLogic Server 8 or 9
- Plesk 10
- Plesk 9
- Plesk 8
- SAP Web Application Server 6.10 or higher
- Zeus Web ServerPremium