i purchase a new certificate from public certificate authority , but when i try to upload the certificate with the key i get this error:
|Error||—||Certificate upload failed. The certificate file appears to be a server certificate. A signing certificate is required.|
really i am confused with the certificate should i use with WSA 2048 bit.
please any help
Thanks for reaching out, Enclosing a quick videos that provides details steps for current supported options for "certificates" on WSA.
You need to provide a root certificate, that means, a certificate that can sign a connection, because WSA for https acts as a man in the middle, it will open a https stream, will inspect the contents and will re-encrypt with this certificate, because of course the site owners will not provide their private key.
Another more information on what WSA uses for HTTPS proxy certificate, please see below document:
It will also advised the different between server certificate and root signed certificate that WSA require.