Extract the certificate package, open the extracted files' folder, and double-click the .pfx file that requires no password.
When the certificate import wizard is launched, click "Next" all the way through the wizard.
Access your product
If you're using Chrome on Windows, you will now be able to access your RavenDB cloud instance. You may need to restart your browser.
In other cases (e.g. if you're using Firefox) you will have to import the certificate to your browser manually.
Once the certificate is imported, click your cloud instance's URL.
Your browser will prompt you to select a certificate. When you select the client certificate, your product's
management studio will launch.
Using Additional Certificates
Your initial operator-level
certificate allows you to perform operations like creating and deleting databases, managing access to the cluster, and inspecting the cluster's state.
Operations like adding and removing cluster nodes are left for your products administrators.
We recommend that you generate and use different certificates for your client applications, for maximum security.
If your instance runs on a burstable CPU, especially if it is a low-end one,
RavenDB may take a while to generate certificates and spend a lot of your CPU credits in the
We therefore recommend that you generate your certificates off-cloud and import them to your cloud instance.