PKCS#7 certificate

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Hi, We have a PKCS#7 certificate(webservice) needs to installed in i5. Could you please provide me the steps for installation. we have done it in windows but now we need to do the same in i5. in windows it was simple which we just copied. but not sure how it works in i5. Please suggest.

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First, start the HTTP Administration server on your i.
1. Start Operations Navigator
2. Open Network > Servers > TCPIP
3. Select “HTTP Administration” (It’s at or near the bottom of the list)
4. Click the Start button

Once the server has started,
Open Internet Explorer and enter http://your.i5.ip.address:2001/
Login to the i5/OS Tasks manager
Click on Digital Certificate Manager
Select a Certificate Store, click Continue and enter the store password
Expand the Fast Path menu on the left
Click on Work with CA Certificates
Check if your CA is listed and enabled. I believe yours is from RSA?
If not listed, click on Import at the bottom to add
Enable the CA then Validate

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  • I5Cert
    thanks for your reply. i tried to enter the below one, but i dont see anything (network error) http://3.101.208.98:2001/ (ip is a sample one) i just got only a network error. Please suggest how to proceed on this? Many Thanks
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  • Whatis23
    Are you sure 3.101.208.98 is your iSeries IP Address?
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  • Whatis23
    Verify your IP, enter WRKTCPSTS *IFC If 3.101.208.98 is your iSeries IP Address (your sample), check if the QHTTPSVR subsystem and appropriate ADMIN jobs are active. If not, start as noted above.
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  • I5Cert
    Thanks for your reply. the ip address which i mentioned here is different from the actual one. one more question. do we need any license to be installed for this? if yes please let me know which one. thanks
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  • Whatis23
    I believe it is part of the OS. Type GO LICPGM, option 10 to view. You should see this: 5722SS1 Digital Certificate Manager
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  • I5Cert
    Thanks for your help. Will try it and let you know incase if we face any issues.
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  • I5Cert
    sorry for bothering you one more time. Started http server. Once the server has started, Opened Internet Explorer and entered http://your.i5.ip.address:2001/ Logged in to the i5/OS Tasks manager Clicked on Digital Certificate Manager Question on this step: ---- Select a Certificate Store, click Continue and enter the store password -- Certificate type: Server or client Example certificate store file name: /MYDIRECTORY/MYFILE.KDB Certificate store path and filename: /FACT/abc.cer Certificate store password: password copied the cerficate into IFS and gave the path in certificate storepath and filename. But i get the following error "Invalid WEBDB data is encountered" Could you please suggest?
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  • Whatis23
    Try this: At "Select a Certificate Store " select the default *SYSTEM Click Continue enter store password, continue Expand Fast Path Select "Work with server and client certificates" You will see all current certificates on your iSeries Click in Import At import file, enter the IFS path name to the .CRT you submitted to the CA(ex: RSA or DigiCert). I believe you should have received 3 .CRTs. One will be TrustedRoot.CRT, Two will have the provider's name.CRT, Three is the one you want to import, the name submitted for the cert.
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