Can anybody help us for SSL communication for iConsole in CA Data Protection 15.0.
Thanks in Advance,
When installing the iConsole application server and front-end Web server separately using the installation wizard, you must specify the TCP port used for communication between them. This defaults to port 80, but if required you can specify a non-default port at installation.
The following provides instructions for changing the application server or TCP port after installation.
To edit the registry on the front-end Web server
1. On the host machine for the front-end Web server, locate the Web registry key.
2. In this registry key, you need to check the following registry value:
This REG_SZ value specifies the name of the machine hosting the application server.
■ If this value is set to either LocalHost, or the name of the machine hosting the front-end Web server, the iConsole assumes that both components are hosted on the same machine.
■ If this value is not set to Localhost or the host machine for the front-end Web server, you need to specify the name of the machine hosting the application server.
In the same registry key located in step 1, you need to configure the following registry value:
This REG_SZ value defaults to 80. It specifies the TCP port used for communication between the front-end Web server and the application server.
a. Change this value to the TCP port number you want to use.
b. If you do change the TCP port, you must ensure that the application server is communicating on the same port. This can be checked using Internet Information Services (IIS).
c. If you are using SSL to communicate over a secure port (for example, 443), you need to configure the following registry value:
This REG_DWORD registry value defaults to zero. Set this to 1 if you want the port used for communication between the front-end Web server and the application server to use SSL.
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