Regenerate Certificate

You can replace the existing security certificate with a new self-signed certificate automatically generated by Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure.

Note

After you replace the existing security certificate, the Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure REST API and Web UI services will be restarted automatically.

Request

To recreate the certificate, send the HTTP POST request to the /settings/certificates/{certificateType}/regenerate/endpoint. certificateType specifies the type of the certificate you plan to regenerate: WebServer or Worker.

HTTP Request

POST https://<hostname>/api/v2/settings/certificates/regenerate

Request Headers

The request contains the following headers.

Header

Required

Value

Description

Authorization

Required

Bearer <Access-Token>

Authenticates a client who sends the request to the server. Must contain the access token for the current logon session in the Bearer <Access-Token> format.

Response

The server returns the following response to the client.

Response Codes

A successfully completed operation returns a response code 204 (No Content).

Response Headers

The response to this request contains the following headers. The response may also include additional standard HTTP headers.

Header

Value

Description

Content-length

integer

Identifies the length of the response body message, in bytes.

Content-type

  • application/json
  • application/problem+json

Identifies the media type of the response body message.

Regenerate CertificateExample

The following request recreates the security certificate.

Request:

POST https://51.11.247.127/api/v2/settings/certificates/WebServer/regenerate

 

Request Header:

Authorization: Bearer <Access-Token>

 

Response:

204

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