How to handle your Splunk UBA web interface certificates during migration
When Splunk UBA is restored using the restore script, your Splunk UBA web interface certification configuration is copied to the target system, but not the actual certificates themselves.
The following table summarizes how you need to handle your Splunk UBA web interface certificates during the migration process.
|Restore scenario||How to restore your Splunk UBA web interface certificates|
|Restoring to rebuilt machines with the same host names and IP addresses||Manually copy your existing certificates to the restored system.|
|Restoring to a new system with different host names or IP addresses, and using custom certificates or storing your certificates in a non-default location.||Create new certificates on the restored system before you restore Splunk UBA. By default, Splunk UBA looks for certificates in |
|Restoring to a new system with different host names or IP address, and using the default self-signed certificates or storing your certificates in the default location.||Splunk UBA will create the proper certificate configuration for you so you don't need to create any new certificates.|
Migrate Splunk UBA using the backup and restore scripts
Back up Splunk UBA using the backup script
This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® User Behavior Analytics: 5.0.4, 184.108.40.206, 5.0.5, 220.127.116.11, 5.1.0, 18.104.22.168, 5.2.0
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