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SAP B1 SSL Certificate "Connection not secure" Error

divtech
Explorer
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Hi all,

I am getting a "connection not secure" error when accessing SAP B1 via web browser. It is WORKING, but I would like to get rid of the security error by fixing the certificate. I'm not sure what I may have done incorrectly when installing the SELF-SIGNED certificate. Will this error ALWAYS show if the certificate is self signed? Any help would be appreciated.

I would like to re-iterate that I AM able to access SAP B1 if I ignore the certificate error.

SAP Database: SQL 2014

SAP B1 Version: 9.20.120

Remote Server is: Windows Server 2012 on Amazon AWS w/ Public IP

I've added a screenshot of the error to this posting.

Thanks for the help in advance!

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frank_wang6
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When you install browser gatekeeper, you should have the option to select a 3rd party signed SSL cert or self signed SSL cert.

If you choose to create a self signed cert, then this is the result. Becaue your cert is not certified by root certification, browser will notify end user this.

You can buy 3rd party cert and reinstall it or reconfigurate the tomcat.

Frank

divtech
Explorer
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Hi Frank,

Thanks for the info.

What exactly would I need to reconfigure within the tomcat to allow end users to not see this error on their end?

Thanks!

frank_wang6
Active Contributor
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It is in your c:\program files(x86)\SAP\SAP Business One BAS GateKeeper\cert

or c:\program files\SAP\SAP Business One BAS GateKeeper\cert

depending on your 64 bit or 32 bit.

There is p12 file, which you should obtain from your 3rd party SSL cert provider.

Frank