If you see a warning message when using a digital certificate, check for solutions in this table.
|Enter a Server Certificate.||Select a certificate file and click Import.|
|CA Certificate 1 is not entered.||Import CA certificate 1 before importing additional certificates.|
|Invalid value below.||Remove any unsupported characters in the file path and password.|
|Invalid date and time.||Set the date and time on the product using Web Config, EpsonNet Config, or the product control panel.|
|Invalid password||Enter the password that matches the password set for the CA certificate.|
|Invalid file||Try the following:
|Cannot use the Server Certificates that include more than three CA certificates.||Import certificate files in PKCS#12 format that contains one or two CA certificates, or convert each certificate to PRM format and import them again.|
|The certificate has expired. Check if the certificate is valid, or check the date and time on your printer.||Make sure the product time and date are set correctly and, if the certificate is out of date, obtain and import a new certificate.|
|Private key is required.||Do one of the following to pair a private key with the
If you re-imported a PEM/DER format certificate obtained from a CSR using Web Config, you can only import it once. You must obtain and import a new certificate.
|Setup failed.||Make sure the computer and product are connected, and the certificate file is not corrupted, then import the certificate file again.|