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Import Data Menu Option

 

Certification Authority (CA) (also referred as the Issuer) creates and issues certificates using a PKI manager (software) and stores as a soft certificate. User certificates are stored as a PKCS#12 file in the installation path.

The Import/Export Data window enables you to import or export data. See Figure 1.

Figure 1: Import/Export Data Options
Import/Export Data Options

Table 1 summarizes the import options in Juniper Secure Connect.

Table 1: Import User or CA Certificates

Import/Delete Certificates

Action

Import User Certificates

Follow these steps to import the user certificates:

  1. Click on the three vertical dots at the top right corner and select Import/Export Data > Import Data > Import User Certificates to import the user certificates to Juniper Secure Connect application.
  2. Rename the file as user.p12 and save the file in /Juniper/Import/ directory.

Import CA Certificates

Follow these steps to import the CA certificates:

  1. Click on the three vertical dots at the top right corner and select Import/Export Data > Import Data > Import CA Certificates to import CA certificates to the Juniper Secure Connect application.
  2. You must save the CA certificates in /Juniper/Import/ path. Juniper Secure Connect supports *.pem and *.crt formats for CA certificates.

Delete after import

Select the toggle button to remove the files from the file system after the files have been imported.