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SSH SERVER SETUP for DIGITAL CERTIFICATE AUTHENTICATION

Quick Start Server Setup


QUICK START SERVER SETUP
One-to-One Mapping Many-to-One Mapping
Maps individual certificates to individual user accounts  Creates an association between multiple certificates and a user account
  1. Logon as Administrator to the computer running SSH2 Server(SSH Shield).

  2. Install the root CA(s) and intermediate CA(s) (if any) for all certificates which will be used by the client software. Details.

  3. Copy all certificates that you want to allow to be used for logon to a location accessible to the server (a local or network drive).
    Make sure you use .cer files for the server. Details

    Use PFX files for the client. (you may have to perform speprate export procedures for the .cer and PFX file).

  4. Run the GSW Certificate Mapping Tool and configure the 'One-to-One' digital certificate to user account mapping rules. Details

  1. Logon as Administrator to the computer running SS2 Server (SSH Shield).

  2. Install the root CA(s) and intermediate CA(s) (if any) for all certificates which will be used by the client software. Details.

  3. Run the GSW Certificate Mapping Tool and configure the 'Many-to-One'  digital certificate to user account mapping rules. Details

  4. Optional (but strongly recommended) use the GSW Certificate Mapping Tool to configure a Certificate Trust List.

 

 


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