How to replace the Access Server private key and certificate
The Access Server web interface requires an SSL web certificate to function. By default a self-signed certificate comes included with the Access Server so that the web interface can be used. But it is better for security and user experience to put a valid and signed SSL web certificate in the Access Server.
This document describes how to install a valid SSL web certificate in Access Server:
To learn more about how the self-signed certificates work in Access Server, and how to revert to those in case you encounter problems with your certificate, please see this page instead:
Note: The SSL web certificates are not related to VPN certificates. Those are separate and managed in a different way. Alterations to the web certificates will have no effect on VPN certificates.