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Status Submitted
Workspace Systems Design
Created by Guest
Created on Sep 27, 2021

certificate request file from ASMI interface should include Subject Alternative Name (SAN) to support modern web browsers

Currenty the certificate signing reqeust file (*csr) exported from the POWER flexible service processor interface ASMI does not include a Subject Alternative Name (SAN).

As result modern web browsers, like Microsoft Edge or Chrome with strict security settings reject a valid certificate if a SAN is not included. For example the error code from Microsoft Edge is
NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID

Also the certificate should be allowed to fill in the OU (organization unit) of the certificate.

Idea priority Medium