2.4. Web Interface
2.4.1. Browser Initialization
Importing a CA Certificate
- Click→ → → .
- Select the Authorities tab and click the button.
- Select the
ca.crtfile and click .
Importing a Client Certificate
- Click→ → → .
- Select the Your Certificates tab.
- Click onand select the client p12 file, such as
- Enter the password for the client certificate on the prompt.
- Verify that an entry is added under Your Certificates.
Accessing the Web Console
https://host_name:portin your browser.
2.4.2. The Administrative Interfaces
Figure 2.2. TPS Admin Page
2.4.3. Agent Interfaces
Figure 2.3. Certificate Manager's Agent Services Page
- The Certificate Manager agent services include approving certificate requests (which issues the certificates), revoking certificates, and publishing certificates and CRLs. All certificates issued by the CA can be managed through its agent services page.
- The TPS agent services, like the CA agent services, manages all of the tokens which have been formatted and have had certificates issued to them through the TPS. Tokens can be enrolled, suspended, and deleted by agents. Two other roles (operator and admin) can view tokens in web services pages, but cannot perform any actions on the tokens.
- KRA agent services pages process key recovery requests, which set whether to allow a certificate to be issued reusing an existing key pair if the certificate is lost.
- The OCSP agent services page allows agents to configure CAs which publish CRLs to the OCSP, to load CRLs to the OCSP manually, and to view the state of client OCSP requests.
2.4.4. End User Pages
Figure 2.4. Certificate Manager's End-Entities Page