Brian Mathis wrote:
> No. FreeIPA requires a *CA* certificate, which is a cert that has the
> ability to sign other certs. Unless you're in a large company with an
> expensive agreement in place with GoDaddy, that is not a permission they
> grant to regular certs. A wildcard cert is only allowed to be used on
> simple things like a web site, and does not have the ability to sign
> other certs.
You can replace the web and/or LDAP certificates with a 3rd party cert,
There be dragons (and countless corner cases).
> ~ Brian Mathis
> On Tue, Sep 29, 2015 at 5:35 AM, Srdjan Dutina <sdut...@gmail.com
> <mailto:sdut...@gmail.com>> wrote:
> I'm testing FreeIPA 4.1.0 on Centos 7 (1503).
> I have a *wildcard *certificate for my domain issued by GoDaddy.
> Could I use it with FreeIPA primary and replica servers instead of
> self-signed certificate?
> If yes, how could I replace the self-signed certificate in existing
> two servers installation?
> Thank you.
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