04-05-2013 04:04 PM
I'm integrating with SSL enabled and the LDAP URL is https:// URL.
Since we have https:// (SSL Enabled) I believe I must have the .cer (Certificates) from LDAP as it is instructed below on the Install Doc
If you are integrating with SSL-enabled LDAP, collect the following additional information.
- Entire certificate chain. That is, root_certificate_authority/intermediate_certificat
Question is - Once I collect these certificates where do I place them and how? This is not explained on the document and any insights on this would greatly help.
BTW- We are on PPM 8.0
04-05-2013 04:40 PM
I think you just need to "install" the certificates on your server - if it is Windows should be able to just right-click and use "install certificate" and allow it to go to the default location - once complete you can just archive the cer file.
This then allows your server to securely communicate with the LDAP box and you are good to go!
04-05-2013 07:42 PM
Sorry i haven't worked with Certificates on Linux, but this should be a standard function so refer to RHEL docs on security and ssl certificates.
... unless anyone else on the boards does use RHEL?
04-08-2013 07:19 PM
>this should be a standard function so refer to RHEL docs on security and ssl certificates.
For Debian the certificates seem to be in /etc/ssl/certs/ or /usr/lib/ssl/certs/.
After you put the .pem format certificates there, you need to run: c_rehash .