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Recording Certificates as Assets - Fields required


samwoo
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Good afternoon,

It would be good if we can record certificates as Assets and then be able to link them as CI's to other assets, but I don't have a great deal of knowledge on how certificates work or are set up / issued.

But I think we need either a new asset class, or extra fields adding to existing classes... (an expert can say whether these are important or not, or whether we need more fields added)

  • Friendly Name
  • Issued To [Text]
  • Issued By [Text]
  • Issued Date [Date]
  • Start Date / Valid from [Date]
  • Expiry Date / Valid to [Date]
  • Certificate Type (Wildcard, Single Domain) [List]
  • Certificate Store (Personal, Trusted Root Certification, Enterprise Trust etc...) [List]
  • Certificate Template
  • Thumbprint [Text]
  • Intended Purpose(s) [Multiline Text - displays Wiki Markup in read only mode]
  • Purchase Cost
  • Certificate Path

I don't want to muck around with translating the existing fields used for other Asset Classes and Types.

With this information, we can then run automation to log tickets when certain certificates are due to expire etc. and have everything updated as part of the Business Process.

Please can this be considered.

Kind Regards,

Samuel

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  • 3 weeks later...

Good morning,

I was wondering if this has been picked up and discussed at all? We've had some certificates we were not aware of expiring last minute and need somewhere to record this information where we can interact / run reports from with ease and eventually use it to auto log tickets (hopefully automatically) in the future.

Thanks,

Samuel

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  • 4 weeks later...

Good afternoon,

Happy New Year :) 

I was wondering if this has been looked at by any chance or have I posted this in the wrong forum?

Thanks,

Samuel

 

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