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Domains and certificates page alerts

Domains and certificates page alerts are listed alphabetically by their hover text.

Domain list
  • All certificates for domain are invalid

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    All the certificates associated with the domain have either an expiration date in the past or a start date in the future. Add a valid certificate to the domain.

  • All valid certificates for the domain are expiring

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    All the valid certificates associated with the domain will expire within 30 days. Ensure that the domain has at least one certificate that will be valid when the expiring certificate expires.

Certificate list
  • Certificate has a start date in the future

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    The start date for the certificate is in the future, so the certificate is currently invalid.

    Make sure the domain has at least on valid certificate.

  • Certificate is expired

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    The certificate has expired and is no longer valid. Delete the certificate.

  • Certificate is expiring

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    The certificate will expire within 90 days.

    Make sure the domain has at least one certificate that will be valid when this certificate expires.

  • Common name for certificate does not match domain name

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    The common name of the certificate does not represent a subdomain of the domain with which the certificate is associated. The certificate is invalid.

    If a domain has no valid certificates, clients must accept the invalid certificate presented by HCP for access to namespaces in that domain. If the domain associated with the replication network has no valid certificates, replication fails.

    Make sure that domain has at least one valid certificate. Then delete the certificate with the common name mismatch.

 

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