You import a certificate to the vRealize Operations Manager server truststore file so that the Management Pack for vRealize Hyperic instance can communicate securely with vRealize Hyperic server,.

Export a certificate from the vRealize Hyperic server, or obtain a signed certificate from a Certificate Authority (CA).

Verify that the keytool utility is added to the system path on the vRealize Operations Manager server. The keytool utility is provided with Java.

1

Open a command prompt on the vRealize Operations Manager server.

2

Use the keytool utility to import the certificate to the server truststore file in the following format.

keytool -import -alias HYPERICCERT -file certificate file name -keystore "trust store location" -storepass trust store password

The truststore file is /storage/vcops/user/conf/ssl/tcserver.truststore.

The password file is located in /storage/vcops/user/conf/ssl/storePass.properties.

3

Restart the vRealize Operations Manager Web service.

Verify that the Certificate Verification option in the Management Pack for vRealize Hyperic configuration is set to true for the adapter instance. See Configure a vRealize Hyperic Solution.