Can't create a certificate using the AWS Certificate manager

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Greetings all,

I have an active ROOT CA, expiring on 2033.12.31 I have an active SUBORDINATE CA, expiring on 2024.12.31

Any time I try to create a private certificate, I get a FAILED result with the following error message "The signing certificate for the CA you specified in the request has expired." -

Would someone have any hint about this? Thank you all.

zeus
asked 5 months ago294 views
2 Answers
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Hi,

This post provides troubleshooting guidance for a situation like yours: https://repost.aws/knowledge-center/acm-pca-certificate

Best,

Didier

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answered 5 months ago
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Even though the issue was not really listed in the link above, I extended the validity life of the subordinate certificate to 5 years, and it did the trick.

zeus
answered 5 months ago

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