Forum Thread: Can the Secunia self-signing certficate be used with SCUP? How?

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jlbalvanz Can the Secunia self-signing certficate be used with SCUP? How?
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We have been using Secunia CSI 4.1 for some time now, but we'd like to create a custom package using Microsoft's System Center Updates Publisher. Since there's already a self-signed certificate in existence that we've distributed to all our machines, I'd like to use that one. I realize SCUP is a Microsoft product, not a Secunia product, but is it safe to just select the certificate created by Secunia CSI in SCUP, or will SCUP try to use that certficate to create a new one on the WSUS server and mess up the Secunia certficate?

Thank you for any assistance you can provide.

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Jeff Balvanz -- Iowa State University Information Technology Services
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O.Marin RE: Can the Secunia self-signing certficate be used with SCUP? How?
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Hi Jeff,

Thank you for your post.

Yes. You can use the same certificate for SCUP. You don't have to import it because the certificate is already present in the folders needed by SCUP.

It's very easy if you want to use SCUP just install it and connect to your WSUS/SCCM. After that you should be able to create update packages.

Let me know if you have any other questions,



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Oana Marin
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