5.4     Yet Other Miscellaneous Operations

We further describe the other operations hard to categorize.


5.4.1   Security Certificate on  Browsers

Since we need to access netLD  server with HTTPS, security certification error is issued on a browser when you access the netLD  instance. Ignoring the error and accessing netLD’s interactive interface via a browser is completely safe, but you can also issue and install  SSL certificate to suppress the error message.  While the operation is instructed with Internet Explorer, the similar method can also be applied to the other browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla  Firefox.

Installing SSL  Certificate

This instruction is for IE only. For the other browsers, refer to the guide provided by the browser vendor.

Start Internet Explorer browser and connect to netLD  server, and select

Continue  to this website (not recommended).


Click on the Certificate Error to open the error message and click  on View certificates to start an installation.


Click on the Install Certificate button.


Click on the Next button


Select Place all certificates in the following store and click on the Browse button.


Select Trusted Root Certification Authorities and click on the OK button.


Click on the Next button.


Click on the Finish button to save the change.


Click on the Yes button to install the certificate in Security Warning dialog.


Click on the OK button to finish the wizard.


Click on the OK button to close Certificate dialog.


Restart  Internet Explorer  and access the netLD  GUI again. Confirm that the Security Certificate error is not displayed.


Updating SSL  Certificate

Follow the following steps to update the SSL Certificate after the netLD installa- tion. These steps are only for updating the SSL Certificate and are not required while upgrading netLD itself.

1. Change  directory  to the netLD install directory directory in a command prompt.  e.g. cd  c:ˇProgram  FilesˇNet  LineDancerˇJavaˇbin

2. Enter the following commands to delete the existing SSL certificate. keytool

-delete -alias  ziptie -keystore ../../osgi-configˇ.keystore  -storepass


3. Issue a new SSL Certificate with the following command. keytool  -genkey

-keyalg RSA  -dname  "CN=netLD-server.logicvein.com, OU=Tech, O=LogicVein,

L=Kawasaki,   S=Kanagawa,  c=JP"  -alias ziptie -keypass ziptie  -keystore

"../../osgi-configˇ.keystore"  -storepass ziptie -validity 3650

4. Finally, restart netLD service with net stop netld and net start  netld.

Each key-value pair in the step 3 has the following meaning. Change the value appropriately.

• CN – Server FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name)

• OU – Branch name

• O – Company  name

• L – City

• S – Prefecture, State

5.4.2   Software License Key

We do not provide instructions to upgrade a software license key from the eval- uation version to the paid full version, or to the superior  version (even larger number of devices can be added) due to the security consideration. We provides the instruction only from the LogicVein technical support.

If you need further  assistance or technical support about Net LineDancer, please fell free to contact below. We will be pleased to help you when you find any errors or ambiguities in this manual, or any questions regarding them as well. Please note that we are closed on weekends, national holidays, New Year and sum- mer holidays in Japanese time. We accept e-mails for 24 hours but we will only reply on those business hours. 

Thank you for your cooperation.

LogicVein, Inc. Technical Support

Mail:  support@logicvein.com

5.4.3   Resetting Client  Settings

You can reset the client setting.  It resets the miscellaneous status such as the check boxes in the dialog.

1. Click on the current username located the upper right side of screen.

2. Click on the Reset client settings button and click on the OK button to save the change.

Figure  5.2.8: Software Update


Figure  5.4.1: Resetting the client settings.


5.4.4   Upgrading netLD

Also refer to the Sec. 5.2.9, p.205 (automatic  update) section for a guide to run the automatic update via Internet.  In this section, instead, we describe how to update your netLD from a binary installation.

1. Stop the netLD server first. The netLD service can be stopped from the system tray, Windows’  Service Manager, or via CUI.  See Sec. 2.6 for details.

2. Save the latest netLD  install program to the target server and double-click on the program to start. The following procedure is just the same as that of the initial installation, except for the minor changes:

• License registration does not appear.

• Installation directory is not asked and confirmed.

5.4.5   Uninstalling netLD

To uninstall netLD, follow the instruction below.

In the Windows’ Programs and Features dialog, select Net LineDancer

Enterprise from the Name list and click on the Uninstall button.


Then the following  message is displayed to confirm the uninstallation. Click on the Yes button if you want to keep the configuration data of netLD or click on

the No button if you want to uninstall everything including all configurations.


If you choose Yes, the configuration is saved in the original installation directory. Moving/copying  the directory to the other devices or servers will help you migrate to the other environment.

After that,

• Click on the Next button.

• Click on the Uninstall button.

• Click on the Next button.

• Select Restart Now option and click on the Finish button to close the uninstallation wizard.

Uninstalling Smart Bridge

The process is straightforward  and same as uninstalling  netLD.

1. In the Windows Programs and Features dialog, select Net LineDancer Smart

Bridge from the Name list and click on the Uninstall button.

2. Confirm  the directory to delete and click on the Uninstall button to start the uninstallation process.

3. When uninstall process is completed, the following message will be displayed.

Click on the Close button to end this wizard.