System administrators can regenerate the Management Server SSL key and certificate before it expires, to ensure continuous security of communications.

Verify that no custom key and certificate has been applied to the Management Server.


Click System Settings.


Expand Other Settings and click Security.


Right-click Management Server and select Regenerate.

A warning advises you that you must restart the Management Server to apply the new key after your regenerate it.


Click OK.

Progress of the renewal of the automatically generated key and certificate for the Management Server, and of update tasks that distribute the Management Server root certificate authority (CA) to the DBVMs, appears in the right panel.


When the update process finishes, restart the Management Server virtual machine to apply the updated key and certificate.

A new key and certificate, valid for five years, is applied.