Installation Instructions for SSL Certificates

General Information ID:    INFO212    Updated:    04/11/2016

Description

 
Symantec offers multiple types of SSL Certificates that include Extended Validation (EV) SSL for the strongest level of encryption and authentication respectively.

For Microsoft IIS 7.0 or 8.0 server, or a Red Hat server, we have a new Symantec SSL Assistant to help automatically generate a CSR and install the certificate. 
 
The following information provides installation instructions for the Symantec SSL Certificates. 
 

Free Trial SSL Certificate 
 
Additional installation instructions are required for Free Trial SSL Certificates.
 
1.  Install the Symantec Secure Site Trial Root CA Certificate on each browser that will be used to test the Trial SSL Certificate.
 
2.  Install the Symantec Secure Site Trial Intermediate CA Certificate on each Web server being used for testing.
 

 
To install the SSL Certificate, use the instructions listed for the specific server vendor below.

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NEW INSTALLATION CHECKING TOOL! 

Ensure the certificate is installed correctly      
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Symantec Intermediate CA certificates
Obtain Symantec Intermediate CA certificates
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MANAGED PKI FOR SSL CUSTOMERS CLICK HERE FOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

                   Vendor

SSL Certificates

  4D, Inc

   Webstar 4.x

  Apache                              

   Apache                           

  BEA Systems

   WebLogic 6.0 and 7.0
   WebLogic 8.0, 9.0 and 10.0

  Cisco

   ISE
   ACS 3.2
   ACS 4.2
   ASA 5000
   ASA 5510
   ASA 5520

  Citrix Gateway

   Citrix Access Gateway 4.x
   Citrix Access Gateway 5.0
   Citrix Access Gateway 8.0
   Citrix Secure Gateway

  cPanel

   cPanel 11
   WHM 11
 

  Covalent

  F5

   BIG-IP 9.0 and 10.0
   BIG-IP 11

  IBM

   AS4000 iSeries 
   HTTP Server with IKEYMAN
   Websphere MQ with IKEYMAN 
   Websphere MQ with command line

  Lotus

   Domino 5.0
   Domino 6.0 or 7.0
   Domino 8

  MAC OS X

   MAC OS X 10.3
   MAC OS X 10.4
   MAC OS X 10.5
   MAC OS X 10.6
   MAC OS X 10.7
 

  Microsoft

  Netscape

  Netscreen

   ScreenOS

  Nortel

   SSL Accelerator

  Oracle    Oracle Wallet Manager
 
  Plesk    Plesk 10
 

  Redhat

   Secure Web Server

  SAP    Web Application Server
   Web Dispatcher
 

  SonicWALL

   SSL Offloaders 
   SonicWall VPN

  Stronghold

  Sun

  Sybase


   EA Server 
 

  Tomcat

   Tomcat using PKCS#7 format
   Tomcat using X.509 format

  Zimbra    Zimbra
 

  Zeus

   Zeus

 

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