Description

When your organization runs GMUS and makes a REST call to run the Scenario without an Offline Certificate, then GMUS will make a license validation call to the Web App before Executing the Scenario. 


If you run the GMUS on a restricted network server, then online validation will not be possible. In these instances, you will need to use the GMUS Offline Certificate to validate the license locally on your computer.

Note: You do not need to use a GMUS offline certificate if you are connected to the Internet in a non-secure/corporate environment. 


How Does the Offline Certificate Work?

  • Each GMUS offline certificate is specific to a GenRocket Organization and Web App.
  • Each GMUS offline certificate lasts for 24 hours.
  • After 24 hours you will need to download a new GMUS offline certificate and place it in your .genrocket directory.


How to Download the GMUS Offline Certificate

Step 1 - Download the GMUS Offline Certificate

  • Expand the Organization Menu (contains Organization Name and Your Name).

  • Click on the My Organization option.


  • Scroll down to the Applications pane.

  • Click on the Download Certificate button.


    Note: You will also need to download the offline certificate located within the Resources pane of the Project Dashboard. For more information, please see this page: Using an Offline Certificate for Corporate Environments.


Step 2 - Place the GMUS Offline Certificate into your .genrocket Folder

  • Navigate to the directory where the GMUS offline certificate was downloaded. This will typically be your Downloads folder.

  • Right click on the file and choose Cut or Copy.


  • Navigate to and open your .genrocket folder. It can be found in your home directory (usually C:/Users/User Name).

  • Right click and paste the certificate file into this directory.


Note: If you have made changes to your Resource values, you will also need to download and replace your my profile.grp file. More information can be found here: Using an Offline Certificate for Corporate Environments.