If you face any problem, you can remove the existing public key from that certifier document and paste the public key from the cert. NOTE: If you have Adobe Acrobat Professional 6.0, for instructions on resizing PDF pages or reducing the DPI, click here; otherwise, please forward the PDF file to [email protected], for resizing/reduction within ONE (1) business day.Delete this information and paste in a copy of the public key from the server ID. Error updating certifier ID while recertifying any user on the Domino server.That user can then go on to use our notes system without any difficulties (well no more that the average user! I am concerned that this error could be saving up trouble for a rainy day, and that it will come back and bite big style some time in the future. Does anyone know what it indicates, how it might have happened, what the implications could be, and how I might resolve it? However on the server console, we regularly get the message: „Error locating a Domino Directory Entry for certifier /O=Our Company Name/C=CH: Entry not found in index“How can I correct this problem? Juerg In the Domino directory on your server go to the Server\Certificates view. Now Expand the Notes certificates category Do you see a document matching your certifier e.g. If the document exists - - Open this document in Edit mode - Check the Public Key matches the Key in the file (you need to use the tools from the configuration tab on the admin client to view cert ID properties).- If there is no match then copy the public key from the ID and paste into the document in the directory.
This error occurs when the information in the Public Key field of a Server document is incorrect or contaminated.
A) If there is no certifier document listed for that Certifier then, create a new Certifier document by clicking on "ADD CERTIFIER".
This will open the Add certifier document and paste the public key from the cert. Select the cert ID file, and give the password for that.
They are: PLEASE NOTE: Since the benefits conferred by registration are essentially the same for all types of marks, the term "trademark" is often used in general information that applies to service marks, certification marks, and collective marks as well as to true trademarks (marks used on goods) as defined above.
For more information regarding Trademarks, please refer to Basic Facts About Trademarks.
The following error is displayed while trying to update the certificates stored in the Certifier ID with those from the directory on the server you selected.