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The Layer, <layer_name>, cannot be added to the map" Certificate issue? but then... "Importing CA certificate failed"(10.4.3 Server on Linux)

Question asked by hfoster on Oct 6, 2019
Latest reply on Oct 7, 2019 by hfoster

The Layer, <layer_name>, cannot be added to the map” / Certificate issue? / “Importing CA certificate failed”

 

I’m getting a “The Layer, <layer_name>, cannot be added to the map” error message for a layer served from my ArcGIS Server when accessed from an arcgis.com map.   Certificate problem?  I’ve purchased a C.A. for use in Apache2 (Ubuntu machine) and it works fine and I’ve attempted to install the C.A. via the importRootOrIntermediate procedure via https://<site>:6443/arcgis/admin.  However, I get the un-helpful error message “Importing CA certificate failed.” (!?).  One possibility is that I received my certificate in “p7b” format and not the required the ‘.pfx” format, and thus I converted it via the following procedure:

 

openssl pkcs7 -print_certs -in my_certificate.p7b -out my_certificate.cer

openssl pkcs12 -export -in my_certificate.cer -inkey mykey.key -out my_certificate.pfx -certfile CA.cer

## Note: CA.cer converted from CA.crt using a Microsoft procedure.

 

But no-go.  Any advice welcome.

-Howard

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