PKI Configuration Dialog Box

Getting there

The options are:

PKI server

Specifies the name of a host running PKI Services Manager.


Specifies the listening port used by PKI Services Manager. The default (18081) is the default port used by PKI Services Manager. Edit this if you use a non-default port.

Retrieve public key

Retrieves the public key from the specified PKI server and displays a dialog box that allows you to confirm this identity. To compare the presented fingerprint with the actual PKI Services Manager key open the PKI Services Manager console on the PKI server, and go to Utility > View Public Key.

When you click Yes to accept the key, you'll have an opportunity to confirm the name and location for this key. When you click OK, the full path to the key file is entered automatically in PKI server public key.

Note: Retrieve public key is available if you are connecting to PKI Services Manager version 1.2 or later. If you are connecting to an older version, install the public key by manually copying it from the PKI server, then enter the path and file name in the Public key file field.


Verify Connection

Verifies that PKI Services Manager is installed and running on the specified host and port and that Reflection for Secure IT can connect to this server using the installed public key.

PKI server public key

Public key file

Specifies the public key used by Reflection for Secure IT to confirm the identity of Reflection PKI Services Manager. If you use Retrieve public key to install the key, this value is filled in automatically.


Key comment

Displays comment text, which includes identifying information about the PKI Services Manager key.


SHA1 fingerprint

Displays the SHA1 hash for the PKI Services Manager key.


MD5 fingerprint

Displays the MD5 hash for the PKI Services Manager key.

Related Topics

Install and Configure PKI Services Manager

Using PKI Services Manager