Hi, I have used ssl to create a self-signed certificate (password protected) that last for very long years (this is because the opc server I am using auto-generates certs that are valid for one year only). I have added the generated cert to the windows to the Trusted Root Certification Authorities, but I have to add that to the Opc server (or the Opc client side) to make this certificate to be used by Opc server. (a sidenote here; this is just my understanding, for me to take this certificate to distribute to all PCs that I am going to install my Opc client on, it’s better to include the self-signed cert as part of the Opc client solution which is a .Net based solution, Do you agree?)
But the main part that I need help with is how to add this self-signed certificate that is password protected to the Opc server and/or to the Opc client solution?
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