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SSH

Managed Host Certificate

When a host certificate is enrolled for a host, the private key and certificate request are generated on the managed host. The Management Server verifies that the certificate request matches the configuration and enrolls the certificate. The certificate issued by the CA is entered under management and installed on the host.

The Management Agent reports the installed host certificate to the Management Server periodically. The installed host certificate can be viewed and downloaded, and the managed certificate(s) can be revoked in the Secure Shell software → Host certificate tab on the View host page of each managed host. See Figure 9.9.

Host certificate

Figure 9.9. Host certificate


 

 
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