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I know there are lots of answers, but I found my source of frustration after I had changed the hostname for the server in openfire. The fix to let me log in: go to sql and open table ofProperty in your openfire database change admin.authorizedJIDs from me@oldhostname to me@newhostname; separate each user by a comma Stop Openfire, and then start it again-- ...


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This is fixed now. It was a silly mistake from me. I had put all the files (tigase.mydomain.crt, tigase.mydomain.csr, tigase.mydomain.key, tigase.mydomain.pem) generated. And the "tigase.mydomain.crt" is the certificate without any private key also gets picked up for adding to the keystore and this is where the server throws the exception. This time I just ...



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