Use self-signed X509v3 certificate with Pragma Fortress Client


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Can we use self-signed user certificate with Pragma SSH client? If Yes, please share the steps.

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mohitgupta153 - 4/10/2018 9:19:24 AM
Can we use self-signed user certificate with Pragma SSH client? If Yes, please share the steps.

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Yes, you can use any certificate as long as it is recognizable by the OS. Please see www.pragmasys.com/ssh-client/topics/idh-ssh.htm for instructions on making sure the certificate is stored in the user certificate store.

Then see www.pragmasys.com/ssh-client/topics/idh-clauthentication.htm for instructions on how to point the client to use the certificate from the user store.

Please note that you might need to enable the checkbox to "Enable userid from SC" then choose which userid should be used, if you have multiple userid's associated with the key.

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Hi,
Thanks for the details. Can we install user certificate in the user certificate store which is generated and signed by root CA on Linux machine using OpenSSL? If yes, which certificate format should be good enough?
Or do we need to generate and sign Certificate on the windows machine to install it in user certificate store? My SSH server is running on Linux machine.

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mohitgupta153 - 4/17/2018 9:40:56 AM
Hi,
Thanks for the details. Can we install user certificate in the user certificate store which is generated and signed by root CA on Linux machine using OpenSSL? If yes, which certificate format should be good enough?
Or do we need to generate and sign Certificate on the windows machine to install it in user certificate store? My SSH server is running on Linux machine.

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Mohit Gupta

You must install the certificate on the client machine, which much be a Windows machine, since our client will only run on a Windows system and we will get the certificate from the local certificate store.

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mohitgupta153 - 4/17/2018 9:40:56 AM
Hi,
Thanks for the details. Can we install user certificate in the user certificate store which is generated and signed by root CA on Linux machine using OpenSSL? If yes, which certificate format should be good enough?
Or do we need to generate and sign Certificate on the windows machine to install it in user certificate store? My SSH server is running on Linux machine.

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Mohit Gupta

You must install the certificate on the client machine, which much be a Windows machine, since our client will only run on a Windows system and we will get the certificate from the local certificate store.

My question is, the certificate which will be installed on local certificate store on the client windows machine can be generated on Linux machine using OpenSSL? If yes., which certificate format should work well?
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You will need to generate a .pfx or .p12 key to be able to import into the Windows Certificate Store.


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