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    it's has been over a year now? Did Data Explorer get in a SF release?

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    Here is a good Stack Over flow article on installing a X.509 CERT with a Service Fabric Cluster. Note: I didn't have to use any powershelgl scripts to get it up and going until I had to associated a second CERT with my cluster. The biggest problem is that in the past most the work was done with Powershell scripts but now all of it can be done through the portal.azure.com portal.

    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/42919313/add-https-to-service-fabric-web-api

    Also, you need to use AAD so you can Manage your Cluster. Here is a great article and I have added comments at the bottom. Please read this article on how to set up AAD for Service Fabric Explorer.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/service-fabric/service-fabric-cluster-creation-setup-aad. Also, as of October 17, 2018. I added feedback at the bottom of the page on how to set up AAD(just for SFE) when initial creating the cluster. NOTE: you can't not go back and add AAD after the cluster has been created.

    The Documentation at time is very poor.

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