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To combine them, simply copy the contents inside of the root certificate and paste it into a new line at the bottom of the intermediate certificate file. Once this is done, click File -> Save As and save this new bundle file and ensure to add '. crt' without the quotes at the end of the new filename.
You can create a certificate bundle by opening a plain text editor (notepad, gedit, etc) and pasting in the text of the root certificate and the text of the intermediate certificate. The order they go in depends on the type of server you are running.
To combine them, simply copy the contents inside of the root certificate and paste it into a new line at the bottom of the intermediate certificate file. Once this is done, click File -> Save As and save this new bundle file and ensure to add '. crt' without the quotes at the end of the new filename.
CA bundle is a file that contains root and intermediate certificates. The end-entity certificate along with a CA bundle constitutes the certificate chain. In case you have received the intermediate and root certificates as separate files, you should combine them into a single one to have a complete CA_bundle.
Create a text file. Copy the base64 encoded certificate for all certificates that you wish to be incuded in your bundle into the text file one listed after another. On your BIG-IP device navigate to System > File Management > SSL Certificate List > Import. Choose Import Type "Certificate"
Select your certificate in IIS under Server Certificates. Click on View. Select the Detail tab. Click the "Copy to File" button. Follow instructions in Certificate Export Wizard to create an X. 509 (. CER) certificate.
Click Start > Run and enter mmc and then hit Enter. Click the menu item File and select Add/Remove Snap-in. Select the Certificates snap-in from the Add or Remove Snap-ins panel and click on Add. Select Computer Account and click on Next. Select Local Computer and click Finish.
Click Start > Run and enter mmc and then hit Enter. Click the menu item File and select Add/Remove Snap-in. Select the Certificates snap-in from the Add or Remove Snap-ins panel and click on Add. Select Computer Account and click on Next. Select Local Computer and click Finish.
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