RXHDX Certificate Store

No Touch Certificate \ File management \ Screen Saver \ File Store

the Stratodesk Virtual Appliance not only contains the NoTouch Center, but also hosts several other services, like a web server, Samba server (Windows file shares), PXE server, etc. The web server can be used for delivering the CA certificates or wallpaper images, for example.
My Virtual Appliance has the IP, so I will use it in the examples below. When trying the same with your appliance please replace the with your appliance’s IP.
Open the main page by visiting and logon as the ‘admin’ user with the password you set during appliance installation.
Go to Management > File Store. You will see, that the certificates can be accessed via following URL: http://admin@ In reality this page does not require authentication, so you can just go to: What you will see is the short message saying “Nothing here.” Well… Is really nothing there? There actually is one file, the ‘index.html’ containing the “Nothing here.” message.  To put more useful stuff there (the certificate files) you can use the Samba server, which allows access to the ‘cert’ folder too! Simply go to the \\  server in Windows Explorer and open the ‘cert’ share:

You will see the ‘index.html’ file then and you can just drag-and-drop, copy-and-paste, etc. the necessary certificate files to this shared folder.

The files will immediately become accessible from the web server, through URLs like: You need to compose the URLs by yourself by appending the certificate file name to directory URL. If your file names contain whitespaces then the spaces must be translated to ‘+’ (this is HTTP requirement).

The certificate URL can be then used to deliver the certificate file via NoTouch Center:

Managing Global & Intermidiate Certificates using NTC

If the certificate of StoreFront server is generated by Global Root Certification Authority Server and also has Intermediate Certificate then URL for both the Certificates needs to be provided:

Under Group Settings, SECURITY provide URL of Root Certificate Authority Server's Certificate and Intermediate Certificate:

Upload certificate directly from device:
For steps to upload certificates directly from device using Web GUI, please follow steps mentioned in below article:

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