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   g) Import the certificate into <JRE_HOME>/lib/security/cacerts using either the "keytool" command or IKeyMan provided by IBM

example) keytool -keystore <path to jre>/lib/security/cacerts -importcert -alias WebSphereServer -file admin_console.cer

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Download and execute InstallCert.java  with "java InstallCert <websphere:9043>", select option 1 then re-execute and select option 2 and copy the created keystore file to the jre/lib/security folder that jenkins is running against.
2) If you cannot ping the short DNS name of the server that's hosting WebSphere, you'll need to add it to etc/hosts on the Jenkins server

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