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Returns a set of CA certificates associated with this account. If you pass in a certificate identifier, the command returns information only about that certificate. Otherwise it will return information for all the associated certificates, up to the value of --max-records.
User-supplied certificate identifier, the unique key that identifies a certificate. The identifier must be 1 to 63 alphanumeric characters or hyphens, is case-insensitive, and is not case-preserving.
The command returns a table that contains the following information:
CertificateIdentifier—User-supplied CA certificate identifier; this is the unique key that identifies a certificate
CertificateType—Indicates the type of certificate.
Thumbprint—The thumbprint of the certificate.
ValidFrom—Specifies the first day the certificate is valid.
ValidTill—Specifies the last day the certificate is valid.