I try to be more precise with my questions.
Within client certificate providers there is quite big price spread. One provider also offers several types of client certificates. Does it matter which one I choose, or to be exact, recommend my customers to choose?
I guess only the email address needs to be identified, but I couldn't find any info that explicitly stated that.
So, is the email identification enough?
Hi Henri: the Class 1 will probably work: can you please confirm with the provider that their cert will meet each of the requirements documented under "Certificate Requirements" in this document https://help.anaplan.com/anapedia/Content/Administration_and_Security/Tenant_Administration/Security...
Thanks for keeping us updated on the latest developments. This very helpful for all of the clients we're supporting.
I've been talking with Anaplan's Product and Security Engineering teams about this topic rather frequently. The process isn't as straightforward as initially thought because what you want (i.e. Client Certificate) is going to vary by CA Vendor. Some Vendors don't call it a Client Certificate, but rather a S/Mime Personal Certificate. Most Vendors have a Certificate Support desk. I would recommend having a short conversation with them and sharing the information that's on Anapedia about Procuring a CA Certificate. Once they understand what you're requesting in relations to a .p12 file and .pem files they're more than likely to recommend the appropriate product vs. trying to figure it out oneself. Below is conversation between Entrust (an Anaplan supported CA provider) and myself.
"I need some assistance determining what type of certificate is needed to solve my problem. The instructions state a Client Certificate, but I can't find a Client Certificate as an available product from your website. Anyhow, the cert I need you to provide would need to meet the following requirements - https://help.anaplan.com/anapedia/Content/Administration_and_Security/Tenant_Administration/Security....
In layman's terms, the certificate would be used to authenticate a user between Client (Source) and Anaplan (Target). The cert would need the ability to create a private and public key. The public key will be stored in Anaplan and will be assigned to the registered user of the certificate. The purpose of the certificate is to run integration jobs from client into Anaplan; using the cert to properly authenticate the user via the public key infrastructure. The use of public certificates heightens the level of assurance of an authentication operation, confirming the user team is the rightful owner of the certificate."
"I may have a solution for you, which is probably more suitable to your needs.
Very helpful -- initally we got to the end of the process "saving to Open Tenant Admistration >> Administration >> Security >> Certificates >> Add Certificate, came to the realization we received a server certificate not a Client/Email Certificate.