If a certificate (just) loaded, with Add-TPHubCertificate, is protected by a password, then unlock it with this Cmdlet. This generally applies to certificates of the type .pfx and .p12 (see Certificates).
Unlock-TPHubCertificate -Password <string> [-Proxy <string>]
|-Password||the certificate password|
|-Proxy||• optional (from firmware version 1.1): proxy server address|
• can also be specified globally using Set-TPHubProxy
Unlock-TPHubCertificate -Password 12345
The result in the web console is shown below.
Finally, a function must be assigned to the certificate with Set-TPHubSslConfig.