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NAME

       pki-user-cert - Command-line interface for managing PKI user certificates.

SYNOPSIS

       pki [CLI-options] <subsystem>-user-cert
       pki [CLI-options] <subsystem>-user-cert-find user-ID [command-options]
       pki [CLI-options] <subsystem>-user-cert-show user-ID cert-ID [command-options]
       pki [CLI-options] <subsystem>-user-cert-add user-ID [command-options]
       pki [CLI-options] <subsystem>-user-cert-del user-ID cert-ID [command-options]

DESCRIPTION

       The  pki  <subsystem>-user-cert  commands  provide  command-line interfaces to manage user
       certificates on the specified subsystem.

       Valid subsystems are ca, kra, ocsp, tks, and tps.

       pki [CLI-options] <subsystem>-user-cert
           This command is to list available user certificate commands for the subsystem.

       pki [CLI-options] <subsystem>-user-cert-find user-ID [command-options]
           This command is to list certificates owned by the subsystem user.

       pki [CLI-options] <subsystem>-user-cert-show user-ID cert-ID [command-options]
           This command is to view the details of a certificate owned to the subsystem user.

       pki [CLI-options] <subsystem>-user-cert-add user-ID [command-options]
           This command is to add a certificate to the subsystem user.

       pki [CLI-options] <subsystem>-user-cert-del user-ID cert-ID [command-options]
           This command is to delete a certificate from the subsystem user.

OPTIONS

       The CLI options are described in pki(1).

OPERATIONS

       To view available user certificate commands, type pki <subsystem>-user-cert.  To view each
       command's usage, type pki <subsystem>-user-cert-<command> --help.

       All user certificate commands must be executed as the subsystem administrator.

       For example, to list certificates owned by a CA user execute the following command:

              $ pki <CA admin authentication> ca-user-cert-find testuser

       The  results  can  be paged by specifying the (0-based) index of the first entry to return
       and the maximum number of entries returned:

              $ pki <CA admin authentication> ca-user-cert-find testuser --start 20 --size 10

       The above command will return entries #20 to #29.

       To view a certificate owned by a CA user, specify the user ID and the  certificate  ID  in
       the following command:

              $ pki <CA admin authentication> ca-user-cert-show testuser \
                  "2;11;CN=CA Signing Certificate,O=EXAMPLE;UID=testuser"

       To add a certificate to a CA user from a file, specify the user ID and the input file:

              $ pki <CA admin authentication> ca-user-cert-add testuser --input testuser.crt

       To add a certificate to a CA user from the certificate repository, specify the user ID and
       the serial number:

              $ pki <CA admin authentication> ca-user-cert-add testuser --serial 0x80

       To delete a certificate from a CA user, specify the user ID and the certificate ID in  the
       following command:

              $ pki <CA admin authentication> ca-user-cert-del testuser \
                  "2;11;CN=CA Signing Certificate,O=EXAMPLE;UID=testuser"

AUTHORS

       Endi S. Dewata <edewata@redhat.com>.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright  (c)  2015 Red Hat, Inc.  This is licensed under the GNU General Public License,
       version    2    (GPLv2).     A    copy    of    this    license    is     available     at
       ⟨http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.txt⟩.