Solution: oc200, installing your own certificate from a pfx file
Starting with version 4.1.5 you can install your own certificate within the oc200 appliance device.
I was struggeling to achive this, so here is my recipe on how to achive it.
1) we start with a "oc200.pfx" file. This is the starting point for me.
It is beyond the scope of this recipe to explain how to get it, for me, I got it from my own Active Directory Certificate Authority. The file contains the private key, the certificate, the root certificate and intermediary certificates.
Suffice to say, the file is secured with a password, I uses "pfxpassword" for this solution.
2) You will need Java installed on your machine, JRE is sufficient, as we need the "keytool.exe" file.
3) now onto the magic, here is how you convert the pfx into a jks file
keytool -importkeystore -srckeystore oc200.pfx -srcstoretype pkcs12 -destkeystore oc200.jks -deststoretype JKS
You will be asked for a password, I choose "jkspassword"
4) Now, all you need to do is upload the "oc200.jks" file to the controller, enter the two passwords, save everything at the bottom of the page, reboot the device and you are greeted with your own certificate.