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CMS-XML Web services cannot connect over SSL
Web services cannot connect over SSL
CMS-XML Generate SSL certificate for the AutoPass License Server (APLS) - SBM 12 Licensing
The SBM 12 licensing server, AutoPass License Server (APLS), is accessed over HTTPS. Out of the box, APLS does not have a valid SSL certificate for the machine it is running on, so accessing the server via HTTPS will yield certificate errors and prevent the SBM server from acquiring a license. This document shows two ways to install a valid SSL certificate.
CMS-XML Web Browser complains the SSL certificate has expired, even though the expiration date is in the future.
When accessing a URL over https, a browser may complain the certificate date is invalid, even though the current date is within the validity range of the certificate. In the following examples, the clock of the reporting PC had the (correct) date of 11/18/2020: Internet Explorer:
CMS-XML This request has been blocked; the content must be served over HTTPS.
Given that SSL is enabled. If the user types: , the browser will assume HTTP with no S. The redirect to the SSO login page gets to the IDP using SSL, however, the following url is called using HTTP. Chrome does not allow the CSS to be downloaded so the user gets the default brown login page instead of the modern blue theme that is setup.
CMS-XML SBM SSO SSL Integration with Version Manager - Configurator will not take certificate
Once a self signed certificate is added to the Security - SSL Integrations section in configurator you can not over write it again later using Configurator.
CMS-XML How-To Setup SBM (10.1.3 - 11.7.0) on a TLS hardened server / Disable SSL
It is possible to use SSL or TLS to encrypt communcations between the server and web browser. Over time, SSL /TLS evolved the following versions: SSL v1.0, SSL v2.0, SSL v3.0.
CMS-XML Important SSL certificates in SBM
Important SSL certificates in SBM
CMS-XML SSL connection problems to Exchange 2010
SSL connection problems to Exchange 2010
CMS-XML SSL 3.0 Vulnerability - Poodle
SSL 3.0 Vulnerability - Poodle
CMS-XML SBM requires password for SSL certificate file
SBM requires password for SSL certificate file
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