I imported a certificate, but failed to do something correctly. I wanted to delete the cert, and start over. When I select the certificate 'ServicesVPN' and click Delete I'm told ...
1- Failed to delete Certificate - ServicesVPN.
° ServicesVPN cannot be deleted because of references from:
° deviceconfig -> system -> syslog-certificate
I'm at a bit of a loss where to system > syslog-certificate reference is. Help ...
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I think your syslog server profile (Device > Server Profiles > Syslog) must have the transport method set as SSL, that's why the above error.
Try changing/deleting the above and it should fix the issue
If you are using SSL for your syslog connection, then it requires a client certificate. Please make sure that the certificate, which is enabled for "Certificate for Secure Syslog".
The FW will not allow you to delete, since this refers to SYSLOG certificate.
Could you please try the following command from CLI:
delete deviceconfig system syslog-certificate
Then try the commit and see if that succeeds.
If you are trying to delete the cert, then simply uncheck the Syslog option for the cert. Then delete it. It should work. Hope this helps.
Could you please go to Device > Certificate Manangement > Certificate and open the certificate and uncheck that option "Certificate for Secure Syslog".
or try this from CLI: admin@PA-3020# delete deviceconfig system syslog-certificate
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