The access point generates a certificate automatically when you enable HTTPS. However, if you need to change the access point’s fully qualified domain name (FQDN) or you need to add an FQDN after enabling HTTPS, you might need to delete the certificate. Follow these steps:
Browse to the Services: HTTP Web Server page.
Uncheck the Enable Secure (HTTPS) Browsing check box to disable HTTPS.
Click Delete Certificate to delete the certificate.
Re-enable HTTPS. The access point generates a new certificate using the new FQDN.
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