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mteehan 05-22-2013 12:14 PM

BES10 APNs Certificate Error
 
Hello,

I've installed the BES10 trial on a new Windows Server 2008 box and I'm trying to get the APNs certificate working.

I've gone through all the steps of downloading the various certificates and installing them but when I try to test the connection it fails.

Any suggestions?

Escorts 05-22-2013 11:03 PM

Re: BES10 APNs Certificate Error
 
The password specified for the Private Key is greater than 7 characters. Currently only passwords with 1-7 characters are supported.

epsilon 05-23-2013 03:46 AM

Re: BES10 APNs Certificate Error
 
Good to know about the password length, but in our case a 7 character long password is provided and the test still fails.
on the logs the following is displayed (BES FQDN replaced):

INFO,"2013-05-23 11:15:37,589",7,0,"bace0357-69ca-4543-8312-8ec92c77b763","Request from admin: (OPTIONS) https://<besname>:9081/dm/tenant",
INFO,"2013-05-23 11:15:37,589",7,0,"bace0357-69ca-4543-8312-8ec92c77b763","Response: 200",
INFO,"2013-05-23 11:15:44,672",7,0,"aecc08cd-4bf0-4138-909b-9c3a392d0fb2","Request from admin: (PUT) https://<besname>:9081/util/tenant/2/test/apns",
INFO,"2013-05-23 11:15:44,672",7,0,"aecc08cd-4bf0-4138-909b-9c3a392d0fb2","Response: 204",

entering https://<besname>:9081/util/tenant/2/test/apns on bes10 server browser i get a http 405 error "method not allowed"

mteehan 05-23-2013 11:11 AM

Re: BES10 APNs Certificate Error
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Escorts (Post 1803813)
The password specified for the Private Key is greater than 7 characters. Currently only passwords with 1-7 characters are supported.

It is not, it's only seven characters.

mteehan 05-23-2013 12:11 PM

Re: BES10 APNs Certificate Error
 
I'm not sure how but this somehow magically resolved itself over night.


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