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John von Gunten Absent Member.
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Forcing SiteScope to use HTTPS

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Is there any way to force SiteScope to use HTTPS? We are running SiteScope 10.10, and currently you can access it by going to http://<sitescope_server>:8080, but we'd like to make it more secure. We'd also like to turn off autocomplete for logging in and changing passwords. Is this possible through the GUI somewhere, or will we have to modify the html somewhere?

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Re: Forcing SiteScope to use HTTPS

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You will require a digital certificate as well as the key store file in SiteScope to get this to work. Please see configuring SiteScope to use SSL in the SiteScope deployment guide.

 

 

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Re: Forcing SiteScope to use HTTPS

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You will require a digital certificate as well as the key store file in SiteScope to get this to work. Please see configuring SiteScope to use SSL in the SiteScope deployment guide.

 

 

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Re: Forcing SiteScope to use HTTPS

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u can configure SSL to used https..Please refer sitescope deployment under chapter confguring sitescope to use SSL

 

Regarding authentication u can set the password and used the same or if you are using AD u can mapped the sitescope with AD

 

Please let us know if u face any difficulties in configuring the same

 

 

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