Some firewalls require verifying the SSL certificate chain of and EDL URL when using HTTPS.  The EDL Manager SSL cert chain for engine.edlmanager.com will need to be imported into the firewall.


On June 11, 2022 @ 16:00 UTC, 

the SSL certificate for engine.edlmanager.com will change.



What is changing?

The SSL certificate for engine.edlmanager.com will change


Why is this change being made?

Engine.edlmanager.com will be moved behind Cloudflare to support better security and improve performance.


What do EDL Manager users need to do?

If a user does certificate chain verification in their firewall, they will need to update the certificates.  Most platforms allow multiple certificates in the verification profile, so the user can perform this before the change.


If a user does not verify the certificate chain in the firewall, then nothing is required.


How can users test before the go live date?

Users can test with the new certificate before the go live date by replacing

engine.edlmanager.com with engine-new-cert.edlmanager.com in the EDL URL.


**engine-new-cert.edlmanager.com will stop functioning after the change.  Please use it only for testing


If you have any questions or concerns, please submit a support case.





Current certificates


Engine.edlmanager.com has 3 certs that you will need for certificate chain verification.


  • SectigoAAA.txt
  • USERTrust_RSA_Certification_Authority.txt
  • Sectigo_RSA_Domain_Validation_Secure_Server_CA.txt


New certificates effective June 11, 2022 @ 16:00 UTC

  • Baltimore-CyberTrust-Root.txt
  • Cloudflare-ECC-CA-3.txt


They can be downloaded by clicking below.  Follow your manufacturer's guide for configuration.