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Certificate expiration dates

Suggest edit Updated on December 9, 2021

Pega Robotic Automation uses certificates to ensure secure communication between Pega Robot Runtime and the Pega applications that you have automated. Pega updates the certificate periodically, and includes the latest certificate in each Robot Runtime build.  

Note: If you install Robot Runtime using the Setup wizard or from the command line, a script runs to import the certificate and register the certificate on the selected port. When using the Pega Synchronization Engine to update your environment to a new Runtime version, this script does not run. If you are using the Pega Synchronization Engine, see Using a script to replace a secure communication certificate for instructions on updating your certificate manually.

Certificate expiration dates for 19.1

Certificate expiration dates

For these builds of Robot Runtime and Robot Studio

The certificate expires on

19.1.96 – current

October 01, 2022

19.1.50 – 19.1.95

April 16, 2022

19.1.30 – 19.1.49

March 12, 2021  (expired)

19.1.1 – 19.1.29 *

April 30, 2020  (expired)

* This certificate also had an expiration date of March 12, 2021. In 19.1.30, the certificate chain was changed to include intermediate certificates.

Certificate expiration dates for 8.0 SP1

Certificate expiration dates

For these builds of Robot Runtime and Robot Studio

The certificate expires on

8.0 SP1 2063 – current

April 16, 2022

8.0 SP1 2057 – 8.0 SP1 2062

March 12, 2021  (expired)

8.0 SP1 2003 – 8.0 SP1 2056

April 30, 2020  (expired)

Certificate expiration dates for 8.0

Certificate expiration dates

For these builds of Robot Runtime and Robot Studio

The certificate expires on

8.0.1122 – current  

April 16, 2022

8.0.1121

March 12, 2021  (expired)

8.0.1120

April 30, 2020  (expired)

8.0.1012 – 8.0.1119

July 26, 2019  (expired)
Note: If you need to update a certificate without updating Robot Runtime, you can customize the sample scripts that Pega has prepared for that purpose. For more information, see Using a script to replace a localruntime.pega.com certificate.
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