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Error: Unable to push authentication key to any registered key servers

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • External Key Management (EKM)

Issue

When creating an encryption key, with External Key Management configured, the following error is observed:

Error: command failed: Unable to push authentication key to any registered key servers. Error: Failed to store
authentication key with key ID "00000000000000000200000000000100ee9f0XXXXXXXXXXXXXX37a16d957937b0000000000000000" on external keyserver
"x.x.x.x:5696". Cryptsoft error: "Response status: OPERATION_FAILED. Reason: INVALID_MESSAGE. Message:
CTGKS0070E Server does not trust the client certificate."

 

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