Verifying a Received Certificate with OCSP

Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) is a protocol for inquiring to an OCSP responder (server that supports OCSP) about the revocation status of a certificate received from a certificate authority.
You can configure the settings to verify the validity of a certificate that the machine receives from a certificate authority, using the OCSP.
Configure these settings using Remote UI from a computer. You cannot use the operation panel to configure the settings.
Administrator privileges are required.
1
Log in to Remote UI in System Manager Mode. Starting Remote UI
2
On the Portal page of Remote UI, click [Settings/Registration]. Portal Page of Remote UI
3
Click [Device Management] [OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) Settings] [Edit].
The [Edit OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) Settings] screen is displayed.
4
Select the [Use OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol)] checkbox.
5
Set the certificate verification level and the OCSP responder.
[Certificate Verification Level]
Set whether to validate the certificate even if its revocation status cannot be confirmed, such as when the machine is unable to connect to an OCSP responder.
[OCSP Responder Settings]
Specify the URL of the OCSP responder.
[Custom URL]
When [Use Custom URL] or [Use Certificate URL (Use Custom URL If Certificate URL Cannot Be Retrieved)] is selected, enter the URL of the OCSP responder.
[Communication Timeout]
Enter the time from search start to timeout in seconds.
6
Click [OK].
The settings are applied.
7
Log out from Remote UI.
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