Unable to Delete User Certicate
It seems that for some user certificates, I have the option (available Action) to delete - but some don't show that option. The "trigger" seems to be if there is an emailAddress set ... if there is, I don't have the option to delete.
Is there a more manual way to delete then?
@arrmo Unable to reproduce your issue
Please provide more information.
If possible, please provide a certificate for testing.
Certs that have no trashcan to delete - are in use..
I have certs that have email addresses in them..
@johnpoz Was thinking that too! But I have some that are not in use (I think ... LOL!), and no trashcan. Hmm ... need to see if I can figure out why pfSense thinks they are in use. At least one or two I created (planned for testing) never got used at all.
Let me see if I can find where / why they appear to be in use. Thanks!
@arrmo BTW, one interesting tidbit - the user certs that have an emailAddress in their properties all show as "User Cert" for "In Use". But all those that don't, are blank for In Use.
Not saying this is the trigger ... but In Use = User Cert shouldn't block removal, should it?
if you are on current version - should show you where they are being used. There is the "in use" column :)
Do you have them assigned to a user on pfsense? Used as external vpn client, etc..
Do you have them assigned to a user on pfsense?
That's it - found it under Users. Thanks! Hmm ... not sure how they got there though, I don't recall adding them as users. That part is a mystery.
Not thinking I need them as users for OpenVPN, do I? I may not be making the connection there.
Any user can have a cert assigned to it.. Maybe you did it when you created the user - but it clearly shows that its in use..
If you remove the cert from the user account you can then delete the cert.
@johnpoz Yep, makes sense, and works. Appreciate the pointers!
I need to now test here, confirm that I don't need a cert to be assigned to a user - for it to work with OpenVPN. But that's just for me to understand