If the connection from the web browser to the Release Station console or from the Release Station to the Personal Printing server is to be encrypted, then the Certificates menu of the Release Station’s web console is used for loading certificates from a workstation or a server onto the Release Station (see the screenshots below). If a certificate contains key (for the connection web browser→ Release Station), then it is protected with a password; this must be entered while uploading.
|select the certificate to be uploaded
|file type .pfx, .p12 or .cer
|Unlock certificate → Unlock
|click Unlock to confirm
|Unlock certificate→ Remove
|cancel uploading the certificate
|certificate is in use
|remove the certificate
|click Save to confirm
|Web server certificate
|certificate for the connection web browser→ Release Station
|Certificate for printing
|certificate for receiving print jobs from the ThinPrint Engine (not relevant for Personal Printing)
|Personal Printing server URL: enter https for encrytion the connection
|Root or intermediate certificate
|issuer certificate = certificate of a root or intermediate certification authority for the connection Release Station→ Personal Printing server
> For https, a server certificate issued by this root or intermediate certification authority must be installed on the personal printing server.
> If an intermediate certificate has been uploaded without the associated root certificate, this intermediate certificate must be specified here.
If you select the option All installed CA certificates, then one of the installed or (in the operating system of the hub) embedded root certificates is automatically selected. This applies even if an Intermediate CA certificate and its root certificate have been uploaded.
|saves the entries
|cancels the operation
Note! A reboot is required after loading the certificates onto the Release Station. For your certificates to function error-free, also check the system time.
uploading a certificate
ublocking the certificate
certificate assigned to Personal Printing