I have a third party (Network Soluitions SSL cert that expires in 2023 but validation not past July 22nd of 2022. What is the process from start to finish with the cert and on the firewall? I'm assuming I need to have NS reissue another cert with another request and then follow this article but just wanted to confirm these are the steps? https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/pan-os/7-1/pan-os-admin/certificate-management/obtain-certificates...
That would do it...
Once you have changed the SSL/TLS Certificate Profile to use the new certificate, you can delete the old certificates. It may take several minutes for the profile changes to take effect and your web management interface/etc may be temporarily unreachable while the web services restart. Once it has changed over you can delete the old certificate. If the old certificate is used somewhere else in the config the PA won't let you delete it until it has been fully remove.
Here is a good resource for all things global protect related. Resource List: GlobalProtect Configuring and Troubleshooting - Knowledge Base - Palo Alto Networks
This is the guide I would follow for your use case. Found it in the cert section of the above link. I hope this helps. How to Generate a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) & Import th... - Knowledge Base - Palo Alto Netw...
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