05-29-2021 01:00 PM
I have problem with device certificate, i have create the device certificate, but is not showing in GUI Palo Alto.
but when i try to import configuration the certificate is showing.
anyone can help me why device certificate is not showing in GUI ?
05-29-2021 02:15 PM
After creation, did you see the message that the cert was created successfully? (Successfully generated certificate and key pair...)
Did you maybe create the certificate in a specific vsys and it is not showing in another vsys? What PAN-OS version do you have installed?
05-30-2021 05:51 AM
yes, the message show was created successfully.
no, i just have 1 vsys right now, and i'm in PAN-OS 10.05
thank you in advance for responding to my post.
05-30-2021 05:58 AM
After generating the certificate, did you check on CLI if the cert is there? When you say it works when you import a configuration, do you import there a full device configuration - with a certificate - or only a partial configuration?
05-30-2021 06:30 AM
how to check via cli ?
i import from device state configuration.
05-30-2021 07:11 AM
Connect with SSH and type the following commands:
show shared certificate
Whis will show the currently configured certificates.
07-14-2021 06:58 AM
Same problem with some certificates (inbound decryption) in v8&v9;
'show shared certificate' shows the certificate, I can select it on the decryption policy but no certificate in the list.
I'm talking with support about it.
08-02-2021 04:36 AM
same Problem here. We are using PAN-OS 10.1. When i search it in the global search they show me the vsys1. So i know it is succesfully created, but i cant use it for the Certificate Profile.
Has anyone already a solution?
10-14-2022 07:50 AM
the command would be > show device-certificate status to check device certificate
11-27-2022 09:17 AM
Running 10.1.8 - Call me crazy but what seems to be working for me is if I populate the "Certificate Name" field prior to uploading the certificate. When done in this sequence the certificates display in the UI.
05-25-2023 07:35 AM
IT may be that the certificate created doesnt have a key in it. Is the KEY section showing a checkmark? That could be your problem.
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