Replace the certificate that Tentacle uses to authenticate itself.
Import certificate options
Usage: tentacle import-certificate [<options>] Where [<options>] is any of: --instance=VALUE Name of the instance to use --config=VALUE Configuration file to use -r, --from-registry Import the Octopus Tentacle 1.x certificate from the Windows registry -f, --from-file=VALUE Import a certificate from the specified file generated by the new-certificate command or a Personal Information Exchange (PFX) file --pw, --pfx-password=VALUE Personal Information Exchange (PFX) private key password Or one of the common options: --help Show detailed help for this command
This example imports a certificate from a .pfx file:
This command will import the first certificate it finds. If the .pfx file contains the entire certificate chain, it will attempt to load the first one, which is often the certificate for the Certificate Authority, and fail will with an error that it is unable to load the private key.
tentacle import-certificate --from-file="c:\temp\MyCertificate.pfx" --pfx-password="$uper$ecretP@ssw0rd!"
tentacle import-certificate --from-file="/tmp/MyCertificate.pfx" --pfx-password="$uper$ecretP@ssw0rd!"
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