This version is compatible with:
This module has been deprecated by its author since Feb 28th 2020.
The author has suggested puppet-sslcertificate as its replacement.
Start using this module
This module has been moved to the puppet-community.
It can now be found at puppet/sslcertificate
##2014-10-13 - Release 2.1.0 ###Summary
Improving documentation and testing for puppet approved.
##2014-08-04 - Release 2.0.2 ###Summary
Fixing bug in the case sensitivity of ensure_resource
##2014-08-04 - Release 2.0.1 ###Summary
Switching module to use ensure_resource rather than if defined for it's file dependencies
##2014-04-16 - Release 2.0.0 ###Summary
This release adds a few new features. This biggest of these is using certificate thumbprints to verify certicates. We can now identify your certificate from any certificate chains. This allows us to put the correct certificates in the correct certificate stores
- manage .crt certificates
- updating to use certificate thumbprint
##2014-03-14 - Release 1.0.1 ###Summary
Fixes bug in inspect.ps1 using incorrect variable
##2014-03-12 - Release 1.0.0 ###Summary
- puppetlabs/stdlib (>= 3.0.0 <5.0.0)
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