Little background. I am working on a project that has 2 separate Policy Servers (one internal environment, one external). Both on Red Hat Linux. The Internal Policy Server and External Policy Servers are both using one Policy Store. I ran the ./smconsole command on the external Policy Server to make sure the connection was successful and that the Policy Server is up and running.
I am trying to register my CA Access Gateway on Unix/Linux to the external trusted host (Policy Server). I had ran the configuration installer (./ca-sps-config.sh). I put in the designated trusted host name, the HCO, the Policy Server IP address, what FIPS mode, Host configuration file name, and Host configuration file location after those steps -- I am prompted the error message:
Though you may continue with configuration from this point, your CA Access Gateway will not work until you have registered this host with the Policy Server. It is strongly recommended that you review your information and complete the host registration."
What is the solution to resolving this? Should I uninstall the software and reinstall? What are the workarounds?
Let me know, thanks!