Provides read-only information on the Certificate Authority.
The smcaprop command can be run on a machine that has been defined as internal Certificate Authority (CA). The command prompts for the CA private key ring password, and then provides read-only information on the CA (CA Name, Most recent certificate issued, CA certificate expiration date, etc.). Detailed information on all operations executed by the CA (key ring generation, certificate signing, etc.) can be found in the CA log file /usr/websm/security/SMCa.log.
You can use Web-based System Manager (wsm) command to access the graphical interface.
|/usr/websm/security/SMCa.log||Lists detailed information on all operations executed by the CA.|
|/usr/websm/security/SM.caprivkr||Certificate private key ring file.|
The smdefca, smexpcacert, smimpcacert, smlistcerts, smsigncert, and the smundefca command.
For information on installing the Web-based System Manager, see Chapter 2: Installation and System Requirements in AIX 5L Version 5.1 Web-based System Manager Administration Guide.