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iLO - Two-Factor Authentication Settings

Occasional Contributor

iLO - Two-Factor Authentication Settings

Hi!

I have a problem with Two-Factor Authentication Settings. I configure Two-Factor Authentication incorrect. And now when i try to login to iLO (using https) i receive error message: "Certificate Authentication Failure. Please close your browser and open a new browser to retry authentication.
- The certificate you provided may not be issued by the trusted CA
- The certificate you provided may have been revoked
- The certificate may not be mapped to a local user account"

How i can set this to default and delete tursted certificate?

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Honored Contributor

Re: iLO - Two-Factor Authentication Settings

Access iLO2 RBSU and Modify the setting or set it to defaults.

If it doesn't work Try:

iLO 2 Security Override Switch administration
The iLO 2 Security Override Switch allows the administrator full access to the iLO 2 processor. This access may be necessary for any of the following conditions:
Page 44 in the user guide.
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c00553302/c00553302.pdf
Trusted Contributor

Re: iLO - Two-Factor Authentication Settings

Boot into iLO RBSU. Select Setings-> Configure, and change teh "Two-Factor Authentication" to Disabled.

Reboot iLO, and reconfigure your 2-factor.
Honored Contributor

Re: iLO - Two-Factor Authentication Settings

hi Sapos

you also can try:

go to Administration Tab.

in ilo 1-> Two Factor Authentication -> so you can delete the Certificate or disable too Two Factor

in ilo 2 -> Security -> Two Factor Authentication -> similar options

regards
Didn't your momma teach you to say thanks!
Occasional Visitor

Re: iLO - Two-Factor Authentication Settings

Hi all,

 

I m facing one of the below ILO issue in HP Proliant DL360 G5 model. Kindly suggest & share your experience.

 

Certificate Authentication Failure 

Authentication attempt with certificate failed.

Please close your browser and open a new browser to retry authentication.
 

The certificate you provided may not be issued by the trusted CA
The certificate you provided may have been revoked
The certificate may not be mapped to a local user account
 

Thanks for your support..!!