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Trust Manager: PSE locked for changes

Hello Colleagues,

When i try to delete all servers under folder "SSL server Standard" at Trust Manager for Single Sign-On with Logon Ticket (TC STRUSTSSO2) it get following Information:

PSE locked for changes!

This prevent ongoing tasts!

I need to delete old configuration and setup a new configuration!

Andy idea how I can solve this issue?

Many thanks in advance!

Regards,

Jochen

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    Posted on Mar 19, 2009 at 11:48 AM

    Hi Jochen,

    Basically you are getting this error because you just cannot directly go and delete.

    You need to follow the steps:

    1)Create a client identity to hold a temporary PSE

    2)Create a temporary PSE

    3)Transfer the certificate list

    4)Have the temporary PSE certified by a CA of your choice

    5)Replace the "old" SSL Server PSE

    6If everything went right, you can now replace the old SSL server PSE with the new. the new SSL PSE replaces the old one using the same name. After completing the procedure, you can delete the temporary PSE from STRUST, and either delete the "Active" flag (if available) or remove the complete entry for the SRVTMP PSE from the system's SSL identities.

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    Regards

    joel

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