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Generate a CSR for Lotus Domino Server

How to Generate a CSR for Lotus Domino Server 5.0x

  1. Launch the Domino Administration client.
  2. Select File-Open Server and select the Domino server you wish to administer. Click the file tab, then double-click on Server Certificate Administration database (certsrv.nsf).
  3. From the administration panel, click System Databases and choose Open Domino Server Certificate Administration (CERTSRV.NSF) on the local machine.
  4. Click Create Key Ring.
  5. Enter a name for the key ring file in the Key Ring File Name field.
  6. Enter a password for the server key ring file in the Key Ring Password field. Note: The password is case sensitive.
  7. Select a key size. This is the size Domino uses when creating the public and private key pairs. Note: If you are using the international version of Domino, only the 512 bit key size will work for you unless you have Release R5.04.
  8. Specify the components of your server’s distinguished name.
  9. Click Create Key Ring. Click OK.
  10. Click Create Certificate RequestNote: You must select all the text in the second dialog box, including Begin Certificate and End Certificate when the CSR is requested.

How to Generate a CSR for Lotus Domino Server 4.6x

  1. From the administration panel, click System Databases and choose Open Domino Server Certificate Administration (CERTSRV.NSF) on the local machine. Click Create Key Ring.
  2. Enter a name for the key ring file in the Key Ring File Name field.
  3. Enter a password for the server key ring file in the Key Ring Password field. Note: The password is case sensitive.
  4. Select a key size. This is the size Domino uses when creating the public and private key pairs. Note: If you are using the international version of Domino, only the 512 bit key size will work for you unless you have Release R5.04.
  5. Specify the components of your server’s distinguished name.
  6. Click Create Key Ring. Click OK.
  7. Click Create Certificate RequestNote: You must select all the text in the second dialog box, including Begin Certificate and End Certificate when the CSR is requested.

Related Resources:

How to set up SSL using a third-party Certificate Authority (CA)

How to renew an SSL certificate stamped by a third-party Certificate Authority

 

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