DominoServer/Acme from host [10.10.10.1:63061] failed to authenticate: Your certificate has expired
Uh, oh, your Domino server's certificate has expired!
There are probably a few different ways to fix this, but this one may be the "easiest."
1) Open the Domino Directory
2) Click on Configuration - Servers - All Server Documents
3) Select the server that has had its certificate expire
4) Click on Actions - Recertify Selected Servers
5) Follow the prompts to recertify your server (you will need your cert.id/password)
6) Put the expiration date out farther than 2 years*
7) Once done, go to the server console and type: tell adminp process new
8) All done and your agents will now run properly (and you should be able to administer the server)
* Note - the date should be within your company's policy for server certificates. Me? I'd put it out 100 years and let someone else worry about it the next time. :-)
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Comment posted by Curt Stone10/26/2006 08:14:10 AM
I had an agent "not run" on me last month. It was one that I used to monitor every month till I put OpenLog(from Julian Robichaux) to the task. Unfortunatly, I was burnt when the full-text index became corrupt. The agent bombed and I didn't know till a user called me. The log on the first day said I didn't have permission to run agents and the second day said the index was corrupt. Weird? I knew the index was bad because I got a call on that the day before and asked my admin to rebuild.
We love our agents(sarcasm).
Comment posted by Amala06/19/2008 01:41:19 AM
i am receiving the same error message " server certificate erxpired " but the server certificate wen iam checking the properties the expiry date is in 2016
there is no such error in server log it is only while configuring in user machine where as user certificate has also not expired
Comment posted by Branimir Corluka02/09/2009 09:13:16 AM
My certificate expired, 3 days ago, so I done the steps above. But I still get the same message: Servers certificate expired ...
How can I solve this??
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