How to upload a HTTPS certificate for the vScope service

Last updated on: October 28th, 2022

⚠️ Uploading certificates to vScope is no longer supported by Internet Explorer due to EOL.

You can set up the HTTPS certificate from the Security settings in vScope. Simply follow the steps below:

  1. Upload your keystore.
  2. Provide the required information about the certificate keystore settings and click save.
  3. Restart the service and give it some time to start up again.

Important before you start:

  • Supported types: .keystore .p12, .pkcs12, and .pfx. We recommend the .pfx format. Check out to export this type here:
    https://support.globalsign.com/ssl/ssl-certificates-installation/import-and-export-certificate-microsoft-windows
  • Ensure the inbound firewall rules have the HTTPS port enabled on the vScope server. Default 443.
  • The “Key password” and “Keystore password” can be the same in some cases.
  • If you don’t have an HTTPS certificate you can read more about how to generate one here:
    https://support.infrasightlabs.com/article/how-to-setup-https-on-vscope-web-server/

Need help?

Our support team is always happy to be of assistance! Get in touch with them at support@infrasightlabs.com.

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