!The above command uses the pkcs8 format to encode and encrypt the key (topk8) with the password defined in the passout pass: command and store it as private.key.enc
3. Now we need to create a single file where the encrypted private key is combined with the certificate.
Create a new file named cert.vpn3k
Copy the entire contents of private.key.enc into the cert.vpn3k.
Ensure that you are on a new line and paste the entire contents of cert.crt into the same file (cert.vpn3k)
You should now have a file named cert.vpn3k which follows the format shown in the purpose portion of this document. The contents of this file can be used to cut and paste install your certificate and private key into the VPN 3000 through the Administration->Cetificate Management->Installation, Import SSL certificate with private key tool.
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