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Bulk Export/Import Certificates from Sectigo

APPLIES TO: All Versions

SUMMARY:

This article covers the steps required to bulk export certificates from Sectigo, followed by the instructions necessary to import those certificates into the Venafi Trust Protection Platform database.

NOTE: For the purposes of the instructions in this article, it is assumed that you have the necessary credentials to access Sectigo Certificate Manager ("SCM").

OVERVIEW

The bulk import process follows these high-level steps. Details for each step are documented below.

  1. Download certificates report from the Sectigo Certificate Manager
  2. Import certificates into Venafi Trust Protection Platform

DOWNLOAD CERTIFICATE REPORT FROM SECTIGO CERTIFICATE MANAGER

From a browser, access the Sectigo Certificate Manager using your provided URL.

From the SCM Dashboard screen, select Reports from the tabs area.

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From the Reports screen, select SSL Certificates from the .

In the SSL cert report details, select the filters and date ranges for which a report will be generated. Expired and revoked certificates importing to TPP is not supported and if including these certificates in the report, they will not impact the import process for issued certificates. Click Generate Report to download.

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The provided report will be a CSV file containing details of all the certificates that meet the criteria selected. This report should be uploaded to the TPP server that will process the CSV.

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IMPORT CERTIFICATES INTO VENAFI TRUST PROTECTION PLATFORM

With the feature release of the Adaptable CA driver in version 19.1, the Trust Protection Platform is able to integrate with a multitude of Certificate Authorities and perform various functions utilizing API/SDK endpoints and custom PowerShell scripts. For instructions on importing certificates to TPP, please use the following link:

https://support.venafi.com/hc/en-us/articles/360031200711-Importing-Certificates-from-Sectigo

 

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