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CFSSL_CLIENT_AUTH, a client certificate is required to be imported into the security database

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Jun 06, 2019

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Environment: Coldfusion2016 Standard

I've imported the domain root certificate to both jre/bin/cacerts and to jre/lib/security/cacerts successfully but when using secure="CFSSL_CLIENT_AUTH" and useTLS="True", I get the message "CFSSL_CLIENT_AUTH, a client certificate is required to be imported into the security database".  Both the clientcert path and clientcertpassword are correct. 

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CFSSL_CLIENT_AUTH, a client certificate is required to be imported into the security database

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I've imported the domain root certificate to both jre/bin/cacerts and to jre/lib/security/cacerts successfully but when using secure="CFSSL_CLIENT_AUTH" and useTLS="True", I get the message "CFSSL_CLIENT_AUTH, a client certificate is required to be imported into the security database".  Both the clientcert path and clientcertpassword are correct. 

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Into what cacerts did you import that? The one in

coldfusion2016\jre\lib\security? If so, is that coldfusion2016\jre in fact

the path indicated in the CF Admin, "java and jvm" page, and its "java

virtual machine path" value?

If that value is some OTHER path, then someone changed CF to point to a NEW

JVM, and as such CF is using the lib\security\cacerts in THAT folder-and

that is where you need to import certs.

Let us know if that gets you going.

/Charlie (server troubleshooter, carehart.org)

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Thanks Charlie.  I didn't get the certificate working but finally got the CFSSL Basic to work. 

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