Replacing the self-signed SSL certificate utilised by vRealize Log Insight (vRLI) requires a little extra touch than some appliances within the product stack; however, the process is simple enough and documented within this article.
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Applying a new SSL certificate to your NSX Manager really couldn’t be easier and, as the NSX Manager is part of a wider, security orientated product, we might as well do things properly and apply one!
First of all, and if already not in place, we’ll need to create a new Microsoft CA Template for SSL in vSphere. To do this, please take a look at VMware KB article 2112009. The procedure itself is a simple one, and I make reference below to a vSphere 6.x SSL certificate template, so it’s worth pointing out. This template was created using the aforementioned VMware KB.
To replace the NSX Manager SSL certificate, and to cert against your CA of choice, simply follow the below process.