While installing Orchestrator, getting a pop-up with an error message - "Could not find certificate with subject xxxxx. Make sure there is such a certificate in local machine\personal store" .
Scenario 1: Self Signed Certificate not available in personal Store.
Solution: Refer to sections "Exporting Self-Signed Certificates" and "Installing Self-Signed Certificates" from guide https://orchestrator.uipath.com/docs/using-a-certificate-for-the-https-protocol
Scenario 2: Certificate generated for a different computer name.
Solution: Follow the below steps:
- Open "Run" and type certmgr.msc to open the certificate manager
- Expand the "Personal" folder and under the same, expand the "Certificates" folder.
- Find the certificate and double click on it.
- Check "Issued To" under the "General" tab.
- Find Full Computer name
- Go to Control Panel.
- Navigate to "System and Security\System"
- Here, you should have "Full Computer Name".
- If "Issued To" and "Full Computer Name" is not the same :
- In case of Self Signed Certificate, generate a new one. Refer to section "Creating a Self-Signed Security (SSL) Certificate and Deploying it to Client Machines" from guide https://orchestrator.uipath.com/docs/using-a-certificate-for-the-https-protocol
- In case of Domain Certificate, refer to the section "Creating a Domain Certificate on the Web Application Server" of above-mentioned guide.
- Import the newly generated certificate in personal Store the same as Scenario 1.
Scenario 3: Invalid certificate.
Solution: In case the certificate is invalid (either the certificate is expired or is not generated properly etc), generate a new one. Refer to step 6 from Scenario 2.