To register the emCA application, a license file must be uploaded during the setup process. Certified authorities who use emCA receive licenses that have a predetermined expiration date. When the license is about to expire, emCA makes it simple to renew, ensuring that certifying authorities can continue to operate without any interruptions or service outages. This systematic approach makes license management straightforward and helps organizations maintain smooth operations.

License Registration

When setting up the emCA application, the user with administrative privileges (CA Admin) needs to upload the licensing file. This is a one-time task essential to registering the emCA application license. To do this, the CA Administrator must follow the steps mentioned in the License Registration window.

After a successful login, you can generate a license ID if you don't have a pre-generated license file.

After clicking the "Generate ID" button, the emCA application will create a license request file that can be downloaded by clicking the "Download" button.

Upon downloading the license request, it should be sent to eMudhra for license file generation. Once the license file is received, the CA Administrator can Select 'Yes.'

Click on ‘Next’.

Upload the License file received from eMudhra by clicking the ‘Choose File’ button below.

After uploading the license file, the CA Administrator must sign the request by entering their email ID and token PIN and clicking "Authenticate," as shown in the figure below.

After a successful authentication, the CA Administrator must click the "Register" button. Once the registration is successful, a confirmation message will be displayed stating "License Registration Successful."

License Renewal

CA Administrators and Admins can renew the emCA enterprise license by generating an ID and registering the license. These options become available 30 days before the permit expires. Renewal instructions in detail are available in the CA administrator module.

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