Caliber 11.4.16 SSL | Enabling Mutual Certificate Authentication for Author

Caliber 11.4.16 SSL | Enabling Mutual Certificate Authentication for Author

Mutual authentication is controlled using the file system

By default the server certificate require to be located in C:\ProgramData\trustpoints. e.g. Cert0. The Caliber Author Certificates require to be located in “C:\ProgramData\identities” e.g. caliber-cert.p12

The SSL configuration is controlled by

  1.  “TrustpointsRepository” String value  stored in the following key name

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Borland\CaliberRM\11.4\Client

 

  1. “CertificateKeystore” registry key stored in the following key name. Note this is the full path and name of the certificate

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Borland\CaliberRM\Settings

 

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