IMPORTANT - Using the SSL Configuration Tool (the Java-based tool) will not work in 9.4 or later, you must use the NEW tool outlined in this KB.
If you already have an SSL Certificate installed in MS-IIS and you wish to export and use in the Kaseya Application Firewall Certificate Manager please review the directions below:
1. Start the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) by going to Start->mmc.exe
2. From MMC, choose File->Add/Remove Snap-in
3. From Add or Remove Snap-ins, select "Certificates" then click "Add"
4. Select "Computer Account"
5. Select "Local Computer"
6. You now see "Certificates (Local Computer) in the selected snap-ins, click "OK"
7. Select Your Certificate
In the left-hand pane, open Certificates->Personal->Certificates and it will show you all the SSL Certificates you have installed. Select the one you wish to export, right click, select "All Tasks" and click "Export"
8. Start the Certificate Export Wizard, then click "next"
9. You must select "Yes, export the private key", then click "next"
10. You must select "PKCS#12 and check "Include all certificates in the certification path if possible" and "Export all extended properties", then click "next"
11. Provide a name for your export (and browse to the location you want to save it to) then click "next"
12. Give the file a password
13. Complete the export
14. You have exported the PKCS#12 file with your certificate(s) included. Please make sure during the export steps above you have selected the following:
a) Export the private key
b) Checked "Include all certificates in the certification path if possible"
c) Checked "Export all extended properties", then click "next"
*You may receive errors or certificate warnings if you did not include the above items during the export.
**NB**: The certificate (PFX File) needs to be stored in a location that is available to the system at all times. We advise X:\Kaseya\Certificate (where X:\ is the install drive of your Kaseya install).
Do not store the PFX file in a user-specific folder (c:\users\sam\desktop\myCert.pfx) as this location is not available to the system.
Do not use a UNC path (\\fileServer\data\myCert.pfx), as should there be a network issue, the certificate will not be available to the Kaseya Edge Service.
Do not use a temp directory (C:\windows\temp), the certificate will not be available to the Kaseya Edge Service.
Do not delete the PFX file, even once imported - this file needs to be available at all times, not only to import or start the server but during normal operation of the Kaseya Edge Service.
15. If you have an intermediate certificate (not required for the VSA, but may be required for add-on modules, like O365 Backup (Spanning) or Compliance Manager (RapidFire Tools)), please follow the instructions of your certificate provider.
The file format should be a .p7b
You can refer to this link and the section for Install any Intermediate Certificate: https://www.sslshopper.com/article-installing-an-ssl-certificate-in-windows-server-2008-iis-7.0.html
16. Now You Need to Import Your Certificate File into the Kaseya Application Firewall Certificate Manager.
This can be done either during installation when you are prompted.
Below is a screenshot of the prompt during installation:
After installation by going to $:\Kaseya\Services\KAF-Tool.exe and using the Kaseya Application Firewall Certificate Manager, the screen will look like this:
IMPORTANT - Using the SSL Configuration Tool (the Java-based tool) will not work in 9.4 or later, you must use the NEW tool outlined above.
17. Using Either Process, copy your certificate file to a safe location on the machine (where it won't be deleted), then use either of the above-pictured interfaces to browse to select that file, enter the password/passphrase you set when you exported it and click update/next.
18. Go to Services and Restart the "Kaseya Edge Services" and the system will now use the SSL Certificate you imported.