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Which one SSLCertificate need use for GWMessanger ???

OEs2(linux) - this server with R/W replic NDS.
Certificate Server on the other server - NW65SP7 with Master Replic.

On the OES2 need install GWMesanger server.
For secure link between Windows GWMEssanger client and GWMessanger
server need configure and use SSLCertificate.

In the documentation for GWMessanger Server:
http://www.novell.com/documentation/nm2/nm2_install/index.html?page=/doc
umentation/nm2/nm2_install/data/a20gkue.html#a20gkue
i read :
.....
Step-13: Specify y or n to select whether or not to use SSL.
If you select to use SSL, specify the path to the server’s root
certificate and the path to the server’s root certificate key, then
enter the password for the server’s root certificate.
.....
Please,
- explain as what and where to take this key and what password it is
required?
- It is a file with what name and extension ?

Serg
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Re: Which one SSLCertificate need use for GWMessanger ???

Serg wrote:
> OEs2(linux) - this server with R/W replic NDS.
> Certificate Server on the other server - NW65SP7 with Master Replic.
>
> On the OES2 need install GWMesanger server.
> For secure link between Windows GWMEssanger client and GWMessanger
> server need configure and use SSLCertificate.
>
> In the documentation for GWMessanger Server:
> http://www.novell.com/documentation/nm2/nm2_install/index.html?page=/doc
> umentation/nm2/nm2_install/data/a20gkue.html#a20gkue
> i read :
> ....
> Step-13: Specify y or n to select whether or not to use SSL.
> If you select to use SSL, specify the path to the server’s root
> certificate and the path to the server’s root certificate key, then
> enter the password for the server’s root certificate.
> ....
> Please,
> - explain as what and where to take this key and what password it is
> required?
> - It is a file with what name and extension ?
>
> Serg

do your self a favor. read the regular gw docs. it has very clear
explanation.
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Re: Which one SSLCertificate need use for GWMessanger ???

Michael Bell wrote:

> Serg wrote:
> > OEs2(linux) - this server with R/W replic NDS. Certificate Server
> > on the other server - NW65SP7 with Master Replic.
> >
> > On the OES2 need install GWMesanger server. For secure link
> > between Windows GWMEssanger client and GWMessanger server need
> > configure and use SSLCertificate.
> >
> > In the documentation for GWMessanger Server:
> > http://www.novell.com/documentation/nm2/nm2_install/index.html?page=
> > /doc umentation/nm2/nm2_install/data/a20gkue.html#a20gkue
> > i read :
> > ....
> > Step-13: Specify y or n to select whether or not to use SSL.
> > If you select to use SSL, specify the path to the server’s root
> > certificate and the path to the server’s root certificate key, then
> > enter the password for the server’s root certificate.
> > ....
> > Please, - explain as what and where to take this key and what
> > password it is required?
> > - It is a file with what name and extension ?
> >
> > Serg

> do your self a favor. read the regular gw docs. it has very clear
> explanation.

I`m read DOC for GW messanger, but can not found answer.
Serg


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Re: Which one SSLCertificate need use for GWMessanger ???

I`m found this article:
http://www.novell.com/communities/node/3658/setting-ssl-communications-g
roupwise-messenger-server-sles-10

This help me.

Serg

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