Trusted SSL Cert for a .local domain server

I hope I can describe this clearly. I’m trying to get a trusted SSL cert for our Kinetic server, which is on a .local domain. I’m open to any possible solution.

Here’s what I’ve done so far. (names have been changed to protect the innocent)

local domain = abc.local
public domain = abccompany.com

I’ve created a second internal DNS zone for abccompany.com and created an A record for erp.abccompany.com, which points to the IP of our Kinetic server. I can now ping erp.abccompany.com successfully. I have a wild card cert for *.abccompany.com, which I applied to IIS.

In the following URL to the Kinetic login, I can replace kinetic.abc.local with erp.abccompany.com and it works and shows a vaild cert now.

https://kinetic.abc.local/Kinetic2021/Apps/Erp/Home/#/login?previousUrl=%2Fhome

The client still shows https://kinetic.abc.local/Kinetic2021 (in the top right) and if I click the Open Kinetic in Browser it still point to the .local. I think I need to modify the client to use the erp.abccompany.com address, however, I can’t seem to do that.

In the Admin console, under server management it’s listed as kinetic.abc.local, so I thought maybe I needed to add erp.abccompany.com as a new server and create a new Application Server. I was able to add erp.abccompany.com, but I can’t create a new App Server.

That action is only available when the Admin Console is running on the server.

Any pointers would be greatly appercated!

This is defined in the clients sysconfig file, just edit the app server url and it should point to that one.
The sysconfig file is in the deployment path inside the config folder, if you have several sysconfig you can check the shortcut you use to launch the ERP to see which one it is using.