Validity of certificate from list with PSE type >SSL server Standard< ends in X days

If you are getting a warning message like “Validity of certificate from list with PSE type >SSL server Standard< ends in X days” from system log of your SAP system then you can check the following steps..

For an example SM21 output about the issue ;

Validity of certificate from list with PSE type >SSL server Standard< ends in X days

Now we can check the certificate situation via program “SSF_ALERT_CERTEXPIRE”

SE38 –> SSF_ALERT_CERTEXPIRE –> Execute (F8)

Validity of certificate from list with PSE type >SSL server Standard< ends in X days

Press “Execute(F8)” icon for the following screen ;

Validity of certificate from list with PSE type >SSL server Standard< ends in X days

As you can see , there is an error line in the report output.

Validity of certificate from list with PSE type >SSL server Standard< ends in X days

For my situation , i have solved the issue and now you can see the result picture shown below.

Validity of certificate from list with PSE type >SSL server Standard< ends in X days

No red lines anymore…

 

 

 

 

 

9 Responses to "Validity of certificate from list with PSE type >SSL server Standard< ends in X days"

  1. rengaraju says:

    hi,

    can you please share how the problem fixed

  2. Adam Jones says:

    How did you resolve this issue? I’m getting the exact same warning message regarding the SSL Server Standard certificate.

  3. sapbasisinfo says:

    Hello Adam and Rengaraju ,

    For my situation , i went to the transaction STRUST , and i found which certificate was the problem then i deleted the related certificate from the list.

    Please check transactions STRUST & STRUSTSSO2 and then analyze the situations of the defined certifications one by one , if something is erroneous or expired please try to delete them or solve it with license renewal process…I hope this can solve your problem…

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  5. Raj Vindaloo says:

    Hello,

    I like post very much. Please supply solution as required. I await for you to do the needful.

    Thanks,
    Raj

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  7. Kiran says:

    For my situation, error is with the Google certificate

    So, I have applied the latest Google Cert as mentioned below(Sometimes this error may occur whenever you haven’t deleted the old one even after applied the new one)

    1) Download the Google cert and copy it to your local desktop.
    2) Go to https://cloud.google.com/maps-platform/
    Click on lock symbol

    Then click on certificate–>Details–>Copy to file–>Select Base 64–>Download and name it

    3) Applying the cert

    /nstrust–>Double click on SSL Client SSL Client(Standard)–>Check the validity of the google cert on the below screen–>change–>click on import button–>browse the already downloaded Google certificate->click on add to certificate List–>Save

    To delete old one–>change–>select the old one–>click on minus button and save

    Google cert looks like this:
    CN=*.google.com, O=Google LLC, L=Mountain View, SP=California, C=US
    Subject:CN=*.google.com

    After applied the cert in Certificate List table, you can check the validity in “Valid from to To” tab under Certificate table

  8. Juan NAranjo says:

    Please check SAP Note 3219457

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