I have a wildcard Cert from godaddy that is installed in our network on a 2008 R2 server running IIS. I have several windows servers now using this wildcard cert and importing into IIS was very straight forward. My Issue is that I now have a windows 2008 R2 server running JBoss as its webserver and i need to import this wildcard cert into this webserver. I am unclear which steps to take next. Can someone provide help in importing my wildcard cert into my 5.X JBoss server
If you have an existing wildcard cert (the csr was generated from another host) you will need to download or generate the wildcard cert in pfx format. From here you need to change your server.xml connector node to
keystoreType="PKCS12" and point
keystoreFile="myCert.pfx" you will also need your
keystorePass="mypassword" with that updated restart jBoss and it should be working.
Well, for one thing, the biggest difference is that JBoss reads the cert from a JKS keystore. So, for your first step you probably need to import your certs into a JKS keystore. See the JBOSS server.xml and there is a config section for the keystore in the SSL connector.
Now that I think about it, you'll need to import the signed cert into the very same keystore (forming a chain) that you used to generate a CSR from when you initially bought your certificate.
There might be another way to do it but that is my experience.