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TOPIC: Action Required: CloudStack Console Proxy Certificate Expiring on 7 February 2012

Action Required: CloudStack Console Proxy Certificate Expiring on 7 February 2012 1 year 8 months ago #8906

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From the Citrix CloudStack Support Team:

We are currently addressing issues with all the deployed CloudStack
instances. The SSL certificate that is used by the console proxy VM (to
provide guest console viewing access to tenants) will expire on 05:15:23
GMT on February 7, 2012. When the certificate expires, users will get
warnings/errors from their browsers when they attempt to view the
console of their guest VMs. Exact behavior is dependent on browser
vendor, browser version, and user settings.

For customers that are running a public cloud or that have frequent
console viewing we recommend applying the patch described in this
knowledge base
article: docs.cloud.com/Knowledge_Base/Updating_t...or_realhostip_domain

This patch should be applied before 05:15 GMT on February 7.

For customers that are running a private cloud or have low use of the
Console viewing feature, you can choose to not apply this fix and wait
for 2.2.14 or 3.0.0. You will still be able to use the guest consoles,
but depending on your browser you will get an alert once the certificate
expires.
Last Edit: 1 year 2 months ago by jzb.
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