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Certificates

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Last Modified 2022-09-23 16:32 EDT

Use the Credentials > Certificates screen Certificates, Certificate Signing Requests (CSRs), Certificate Authorities (CA), and ACME DNS-Authenticators widgets to manage certificates, certificate signing requests (CSRs), certificate authorities (CA), and ACME DNS-authenticators.

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Each TrueNAS comes equipped with an internal, self-signed certificate that enables encrypted access to the web interface, but users can make custom certificates for authentication and validation while sharing data.

Article Summaries

  • Managing Certificates
  • This article provides information on adding or managing SCALE certificates.

    • Setting Up Let's Encrypt Certificates
    • Requirements Create an ACME DNS-Authenticator Create a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) Create ACME Certificate TrueNAS SCALE allows users to automatically generate custom domain certificates using Let’s Encrypt. Requirements An email address for your TrueNAS SCALE Admin user. A custom domain that uses either Cloudflare or AWS Route 53. A DNS server that doesn’t cache for your TrueNAS SCALE system. Create an ACME DNS-Authenticator Go to Credentials > Certificates and click ADD in the ACME DNS-Authenticators widget.

      • Managing Certificate Authorities
      • This article provides basic instructions on adding and managing SCALE certificate authorities (CAs).

        • Managing Certificate Signing Requests
        • This article provides basic instructions on adding and managing SCALE certificate signing requests (CSRs).

          • Adding ACME DNS-Authenticators
          • This article provides basic instructions on adding and managing SCALE ACME DNS-authenticators.