Recertifying a server ID

Use the original certifier to recertify a server ID that has a certificate that is about to expire.


1. To recertify a server ID, you must have:

2. From the Domino Administrator, click the Configuration tab, and then click Server -> All Server Documents.

3. Select the server you are recertifying.

4. Choose Actions -> Recertify Selected Servers.

5. Choose one:

6. Accept the default certificate expiration date (two years from the current date), or enter a different date.

7. Optional: Enter a date in the field Only renew certificates that will expire before if you want to limit which server IDs can be recertified.

8. Optional: Click the check box Inspect each entry before submitting request if you want to view the server ID before finalizing the recertification.

9. Click OK.

10. Select one of the following:

11. Review the processing statistics that appear and then click OK.

What to do next

You can use the @Certificate function to create a custom view of specific IDs for recertification based on the ID name, issuer of the certificate, and expiration date. If you create a custom view, be sure to include the Recertify Servers or an equivalent action in the Actions menu of the view.

For more information on the @Certificate function, see HCL Domino Designer Help.

Related concepts
Managing servers
Certifier IDs and certificates