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SSP "oops" when using a a trusted certificate

SSP "oops" when using a a trusted certificate

has anyone been able ot use the SSP feautre while usinga trusted 3rd party wildcard certificate?  At least for us, the feature only works if we use the self-signed certificate.  Any attempt to get to the SSP using a 3rd party cert results in "Oops - Server error" and little else.  Considering this is an end-user facing site, that presents obvious problems.

So just doing a reality check:  anyone out there using a 3rd party wildcard cert and getting a working SSP?


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Community Manager

Re: SSP "oops" when using a a trusted certificate

Thanks for sharing @Justin-DynamicD

 

Anything you can add here @harryhy

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Nutanix Employee

Re: SSP "oops" when using a a trusted certificate

Good news! We identified the cause of this issue and a fix will be released with AOS 5.0.2

Scout

Re: SSP "oops" when using a a trusted certificate

But what can be done to existing deployments to fix the issue? I too am having the problem, and have no intention of going back to a self-signed cert.

Re: SSP "oops" when using a a trusted certificate

DO we have a timeline for 5.0.2?

I ask as I opened the ticket back in 5.0.0, was told it was identified, then my ticket was closed during 5.0.0.1, and now in 5.0.1 it's still not resolved ao was checking in to see if it "was just me".

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Re: SSP "oops" when using a a trusted certificate

hey @Justin-DynamicD - what's your ticket number?

 

@jjpk01 - did you file a ticket as well?

Jon Kohler | Principal Architect, Nutanix | Nutanix NPX #003, VCDX #116 | @JonKohler
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Re: SSP "oops" when using a a trusted certificate

Same issue here. Acropolis 5.0.0.2. Just updated to a signed cert and receive the "Oops. Server error" message too.