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Use Certificate Assist

Certificate Assist gives you insights into the status of the TLS certificates installed on your Splunk Enterprise nodes.

When Certificate Assist loads, the page appears similar to the main Assist page, with indicator severity cards along the top of the page and an overview pane that shows the list of certificates. The name of the pane changes depending on which indicator card you click.

Indicator status

The indicator tabs filter the list of certificates as follows:

  • All certificates.: Shows all nodes for which Splunk Assist has recorded certificate information.
  • Critical. Shows nodes whose certificates expire within 7 days of the current date, or that have already expired.
  • Warning. Shows nodes whose certificates expire within 30 days of the current date.
  • Conforming. Shows nodes whose certificates are valid for at least 30 days from the current date.

You can filter nodes by entering text into the "Filter nodes" text box within the overview pane.

To see more information about a node, click the > next to the node. It expands to provide a summary about the node certificate. You can then act on making updates as Certificate Assist advises.

Last modified on 11 August, 2022
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Enterprise: 9.0.0


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