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Disable Weak Ciphers on ZCM server

Anyone know of we can disable weak ciphers on the ZCM web server, and if possible, how we do that?

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rroncme wrote:

> Anyone know of we can disable weak ciphers on the ZCM web server, and if
> possible, how we do that?

edit server.xml in %ZENWORKS_HOME%\share\tomcat\conf\server.xml (ZCM on ports 80/443) and %ZENWORKS_HOME%\share\ats\catalinabase\conf (CASA on port 2645) an set the ciphers attribute to what you want to allow. I use

<Connector port="80/443/2645" ...
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