Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
1) Log-in to Nexpose Console:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
2) After successful log-in, click on the Administration tab and then click Manage ...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
3) The following window opens-up, click on Web Server:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
4) A following window opens-up, click on Manage Certificate:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
5) The following pop-up appears after clicking Manage Certificate:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
6) Click on Create New Certificate:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
7) Fill the information on the new pop-up window as follows (take this as referenc...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
8) Click Create and then OK as follows:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
9) Afterwards, click on Create CSR Now, as follows:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
10) A following window appears with the CSR:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
11) Copy and save the generated CSR for later use, click Back:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
12) Access the Microsoft Certification Authority Web Service for signing the CSR (...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
13) The following web page appears, click on Request a certificate:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
14) The following web page appears, click on advanced certificate request:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
15) The following form appears:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
16) Fill this form with the copied CSR in Step 11 and enter other parameters as fo...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
17) On clicking Submit, the following window appears, select Base 64 encoded and c...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
18) After downloading the certificate, save it for use in coming steps:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
19) Continuing on the NeXpose Console pop-up, click on Import Certificate as follo...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
20) The following pop-up appears:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
21) Open the saved certificate in Step 18 in Text Editor:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
22) Copy the complete Certificate text:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
23) Paste the copied Certificate content as follows and click Import:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
24) Click OK:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
25) Close the Console and Stop Nexpose Service:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
26) Now, Start Nexpose Service:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
27) Access the Nexpose Console with FQDN as follows, the Certificate issue is stil...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
28) Right click on the window and click View page info as follows:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
29) Click on Certificate information as follows:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
30) On the General tab, read the Certificate Information, this shows a problem wit...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
31) Click on Certification Path and the given path options as follows:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
32) Click on the other path option available as follows, this confirms that Certif...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
33) (Use these steps as reference): To fix this, first of all, let’s find out the ...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
34) Select Base 64 and click Download CA Certificate:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
35) Save Certification Authority Certificate for use later on:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
36) (Use these steps as reference): Log-in on the Domain Server and click on Group...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
37) The following window opens-up:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
38) Select and right-click Default Domain Policy and click Edit (for your environm...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
39) The following window pops-up:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
40) Expand the Computer Configuration as follows:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
41) In the Public Key Policies, select and click Trusted Root Certification Author...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
42) Right-click and click Import as follows:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
43) Browse to the location of saved Certificate in Step 35, click Next:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
44) Select the following option and click Next:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
45) Review and click Finish:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
46) The Certificate is added as follows:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
47) (Use these steps as reference): To apply and enforce changes to Group Policy, ...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
48) The modified Policy is applied and completes successfully:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
49) For the policy to be effective on computers accessing Nexpose Console, they ne...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
50) Accessing Nexpose Console after restart resolves the Certificate Issue:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
51) Doing different operations on Nexpose Console (the Certificate issue stays res...
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
52) On further testing, the Certificate issue remains resolved:
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
53) Opening the Console in a different browser (Firefox):
Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose
54) Opening the Console in a different browser (IE), the Certificate issue has bee...
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NeXpose Certificate Addition Manual

  1. 1. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 1) Log-in to Nexpose Console:
  2. 2. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 2) After successful log-in, click on the Administration tab and then click Manage for Security Console:
  3. 3. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 3) The following window opens-up, click on Web Server:
  4. 4. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 4) A following window opens-up, click on Manage Certificate:
  5. 5. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 5) The following pop-up appears after clicking Manage Certificate:
  6. 6. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 6) Click on Create New Certificate:
  7. 7. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 7) Fill the information on the new pop-up window as follows (take this as reference for your environment):
  8. 8. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 8) Click Create and then OK as follows:
  9. 9. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 9) Afterwards, click on Create CSR Now, as follows:
  10. 10. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 10) A following window appears with the CSR:
  11. 11. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 11) Copy and save the generated CSR for later use, click Back:
  12. 12. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 12) Access the Microsoft Certification Authority Web Service for signing the CSR (use these steps as reference):
  13. 13. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 13) The following web page appears, click on Request a certificate:
  14. 14. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 14) The following web page appears, click on advanced certificate request:
  15. 15. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 15) The following form appears:
  16. 16. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 16) Fill this form with the copied CSR in Step 11 and enter other parameters as follows, click Submit afterwards:
  17. 17. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 17) On clicking Submit, the following window appears, select Base 64 encoded and click Download certificate:
  18. 18. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 18) After downloading the certificate, save it for use in coming steps:
  19. 19. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 19) Continuing on the NeXpose Console pop-up, click on Import Certificate as follows:
  20. 20. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 20) The following pop-up appears:
  21. 21. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 21) Open the saved certificate in Step 18 in Text Editor:
  22. 22. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 22) Copy the complete Certificate text:
  23. 23. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 23) Paste the copied Certificate content as follows and click Import:
  24. 24. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 24) Click OK:
  25. 25. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 25) Close the Console and Stop Nexpose Service:
  26. 26. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 26) Now, Start Nexpose Service:
  27. 27. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 27) Access the Nexpose Console with FQDN as follows, the Certificate issue is still present:
  28. 28. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 28) Right click on the window and click View page info as follows:
  29. 29. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 29) Click on Certificate information as follows:
  30. 30. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 30) On the General tab, read the Certificate Information, this shows a problem with Certification Authority (not being recognized):
  31. 31. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 31) Click on Certification Path and the given path options as follows:
  32. 32. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 32) Click on the other path option available as follows, this confirms that Certification Authority is not being recognized and is un-trusted:
  33. 33. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 33) (Use these steps as reference): To fix this, first of all, let’s find out the Certificate of our Certification Authority, click on Download a CA certificate as follows:
  34. 34. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 34) Select Base 64 and click Download CA Certificate:
  35. 35. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 35) Save Certification Authority Certificate for use later on:
  36. 36. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 36) (Use these steps as reference): Log-in on the Domain Server and click on Group Policy Management as follows:
  37. 37. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 37) The following window opens-up:
  38. 38. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 38) Select and right-click Default Domain Policy and click Edit (for your environment, modify the policy only for computers that access Nexpose):
  39. 39. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 39) The following window pops-up:
  40. 40. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 40) Expand the Computer Configuration as follows:
  41. 41. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 41) In the Public Key Policies, select and click Trusted Root Certification Authorities:
  42. 42. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 42) Right-click and click Import as follows:
  43. 43. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 43) Browse to the location of saved Certificate in Step 35, click Next:
  44. 44. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 44) Select the following option and click Next:
  45. 45. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 45) Review and click Finish:
  46. 46. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 46) The Certificate is added as follows:
  47. 47. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 47) (Use these steps as reference): To apply and enforce changes to Group Policy, run the following command:
  48. 48. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 48) The modified Policy is applied and completes successfully:
  49. 49. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 49) For the policy to be effective on computers accessing Nexpose Console, they need to be restarted:
  50. 50. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 50) Accessing Nexpose Console after restart resolves the Certificate Issue:
  51. 51. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 51) Doing different operations on Nexpose Console (the Certificate issue stays resolved):
  52. 52. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 52) On further testing, the Certificate issue remains resolved:
  53. 53. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 53) Opening the Console in a different browser (Firefox):
  54. 54. Fixing the Certificate issue in Nexpose 54) Opening the Console in a different browser (IE), the Certificate issue has been permanently fixed:

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