How To Install EEM Certificate

Document ID : KB000121604
Last Modified Date : 28/11/2018
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Introduction:
For Configuration Automation, an error of "Content was blocked because it was not signed by a valid security certificate" might still appear after following the documentation (https://docops.ca.com/ca-configuration-automation/12-8-4/en/administrating/administer-the-application/configure-access-management/install-the-ca-eem-security-certificate-and-configure-the-eem-host-property) and communities posting (https://communities.ca.com/thread/241809228-content-was-blocked-because-it-was-not-signed-by-a-valid-security-certificate).

You can install the Embedded Entitlement Management (EEM) Certificate directly into the system, and add it as a trusted site to resolve the issue
Instructions:
From your Web Browser
  1. Navigated to the https://EEMHostname:5250/spin/main.csp (this URL is for itechpoz, but the same cert will work) 
  2. In the address bar, there should be a Certificate Error appear, click on that, then "View Certificates" 
  3. Install Cert 
  4. Current User (This one worked for me as well) 
  5. For Internet Explorer:
    1. Select the "Automatically select the certificate store based on the type of certificate" 
    2. Select "Content (certificate)" 
    3. Finish 
  6. For Chrome:
    1. Select "Place all certificates in the following store" 
    2. Then select Browse and choose "Personal" 
    3. In the next screen, select Store Selected by User" 
    4. Refresh CCA UI in Chrome 

Then, add the EEM server to the Trusted Sites By: 
Open Internet Explorer: 
  1. Tools --> Internet Options
  2. Security Tab 
  3. Click on the "Sites" button 
  4. Add "https://EEMServer" 
  5. Close 
  6. Ok
  7. Close or Restart IE