Update VMware Site Recovery Manager SSL Certs with your own Windows Domain CA Certificates using PowerShell

Next in the series of replacing vSphere related SSL scripts is the VMware Site Recovery manager script.

This script generates the SSL certificates based off of the WebServer Certificate Template and runs a batch file to perform the actual replacement.

Once you run the script, the batch file requires two inputs from you: the password for the specified vCenter Server admin variable and the PFX certificate password, “vmwaresrm”

To reduce the likelihood of errors, the script also places the certificate password into your clipboard, so you can just right-click, paste and hit enter.

Download ReplaceSSL-SiteRecoveryManager.ps1

All SSL Certificate Replacement Posts and Scripts in this Series

vSphere 4.1-5.0 SSL Generation and Replacement Post Script
vSphere 5.1 SSL Generation and Replacement Post Script
ESX Certificate Generation and Upload Post Script
NetApp Virtual Storage Console SSL Generation and Replacement Post Script
Site Recovery Manager SSL Generation and Replacement Post Script
VMware View Composer SSL Generation and Replacement Post Script
VMware Horizon View SSL Generation and Replacement Post Script

Chrissy is a PowerShell MVP who has worked in IT for nearly 20 years, and currently serves as a Sr. Database Engineer in Belgium. Always an avid scripter, she attended the Monad session at Microsoft’s Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles back in 2005 and has worked and played with PowerShell ever since. Chrissy is currently pursuing an MS in Systems Engineering at Regis University and helps maintain RealCajunRecipes.com in her spare time. She holds a number of certifications, including those relating to SQL Server, SuSE Linux, SharePoint and network security. She recently became co-lead of the SQL PASS PowerShell Virtual Chapter. You can follow her on Twitter at @cl.

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