Global Protect Intermediate Certificate Expiring

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Global Protect Intermediate Certificate Expiring

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Hello,

 

I have a certificate on my Global Protect configuration that will expire in 4 months. The root expires in 2031 while the intermediate expires in 2022. To renew the intermediate do I just click the renew option for that cert or do I need to submit a new CSR for this?

 

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The process is pretty easy! Please see our guide here. There are limitations with this approach. However, I do see yours have external validation, which may complicate the process significantly, please see this thread.  

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@Cmartineztech,

You would want to select Apache. 

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L5 Sessionator

The process is pretty easy! Please see our guide here. There are limitations with this approach. However, I do see yours have external validation, which may complicate the process significantly, please see this thread.  

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Thanks for the info. And when submitting the CSR I'm being asked to choose IIS, Tomcat, or Apache... which web server type does Palo Alto use?

@Cmartineztech,

You would want to select Apache. 

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