Caliber 11.4.16 SSL | Enabling Mutual Certificate Authentication for Review & Visualize

Caliber 11.4.16 SSL | Enabling Mutual Certificate Authentication for Review & Visualize

Mutual authentication is controlled using the file system. By default the certificates are located in C:\ProgramData\trustpoints. This includes the

  1. Server Certicate e.g. Cert0
  1. Caliber Author Certificates e.g. Caliber_client

In addition by default the certificate used by Review and Vizualize to authenticate with the Caliber Server is located in C:\ProgramData\identities

The SSL configuration is controlled by the java options in Caliber Review

 

Setting up Caliber Review  Java Options

  1. Launch a command prompt, navigate to “C:\Program Files (x86)\Borland\Caliber Review” and run “tomcat7w //ES//CaliberReview”

 

This will show the Caliber Review Server properties

Add the following settings to the Java Options making sure the Certificate name referred to by “-Dvbroker.security.wallet.identity” and the password referred to by “-Dvbroker.security.wallet.password” are correct

 

-DAuthLogging=True
-DCAPIFilesSystem=True
-Dvbroker.security.trustpointsRepository=Directory:C:\\ProgramData\\trustpoints
-Dvbroker.security.wallet.type=PKCS12:C:\\ProgramData\\identities
-Dvbroker.security.wallet.identity=caliber-cert
-Dvbroker.security.wallet.password=password

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