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Required Lotus Notes freelancer for Domino Lotus Notes 4.6 Server's certification expiring job

Posted at - Sep 2, 2022

I am working on Domino Version 4.6. Every time, I start or restart the server from the command prompt, I get the following message...
WARNING: Your certificate issued to / by / will expire on. Request a new certificate by choosing File-->Tools-->User ID-->Request Certificate.
And so I follow the steps suggested and am brought to a PopUp. In this popup, there are four tabs on the pane on the left. These include -
More Options
So I click on the 'Certificates.' Here I see three certificates listed and all three are listed like the following...
Clicking on these certificates lists their details like - Key, Created Date, Expiry Date, Certifier information and so on.
Only the last certificate in this list has an expiry date. I do have an option of selecting that certificate and then clicking the 'Request Certificate' button. The issue with this approach is that when I click on this button I am brought to the 'Mail Certificate Request' popup and the email in our Lotus Notes does not work. So I just cannot proceed further.
In order to circumvent this approach I tried two things -
1. I went to File --> Tools -->Server Administration. Here I chose the server to administer and then I go to configure servers. At this point I am brought to the Address book pane which has several options including but not limited to...
Groups Belonged To
I drill further down on Server in the left pane and see several more options -
-->Servers. So I select the Servers option. Here I select the server that I want to certify and I click on 'Actions' on the top menu bar and I click 'Recertify Server.' At this point I am prompted to chose a certifier ID which I do. This is the same organizational certifier id that you asked me to create in your post above. I enter the certifier id password and upon successfully entering the password I am prompted to enter a new certificate expiration date, which I do. I get the message that the server was successfully recertified but when I log off and log back on, I receive the same message in the command prompt..
WARNING: Your certificate issued to / by / will expire on. Request a new certificate by choosing File-->Tools-->User ID-->Request Certificate.
2. The other thing that I tried was to certify the file using the new organization certifier that I created upon your suggestion. I am able to certify the file successfully but I still keep receiving the same warning.
If you feel that you can resolve this situation, please let me know and we can proceed further.

About the recuiterMember since Mar 14, 2020 Herman Tio
from Qabis, Tunisia

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