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The windows compressed in-place-installation also uses an automatic polling method for the certificate.
It works just fine to leave it this way, as noted in the linked article this will pull in your custom certificate if you use one.
Thanks for the reply.
Here's the thing - I don't have a custom cert installed and yet I still see two certs listed, so they must be both automatically generated, self-signed certs. Any documentation or blogs that I've read say that in this case I should use the second cert in the list. But the Linux install pulls back the first one in the list. Contrary to the received wisdom, it seems to work fine.
I'm going to continue following the guidance and use the second cert, but I have to say I'm a bit confused.
Sorry to piggy-back!
Working in a nested lab, with the PCS and vCenter combined appliance. vROps is monitoring my 1 ESXi 6.1 nested host.
I want to experiment with Application monitoring, but when I access the admin portal for vROps, and click the SSL certificate icon , I only see 1 certificate.
Should I use that one?