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    Mido3mad is offline Active Member
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    Default Add new server Cert. Multi Server Installation

    Hii Experts,
    We are using Multiserver installation of zimbra zcs 7.1 and CentOs 5.7 64 bit

    We using Self-Sign Cert. for 3 working servers ldap,smtp,mailbox and we want to

    add new smtp to the installation so after installation on the new server this error

    occured when trying to start zimbra

    Unable to determine enabled services from ldap.
    Unable to determine enabled services. Cache is out of date or doesn't exist.

    After some search i Think it during to Cert error

    Now
    how can i configure the Cert in the new Server can i add the Cert and import it to the new installation OR i must deploy new Cert to the all System??

    thanks in advance

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    There is a problem with certificate, please run the command with root /opt/zimbra/bin/zmcertmgr viewdeployedcrt and search for deployed certificates, check if the certificate is valid, if not, you need to redeploy the servers certificates.

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