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Using private signed certificates with WCC

The attached document describes how to use private (internally signed) certificates with WCC. This is the most secure way to eliminate certificate browser warnings.

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Using private signed certificates with EEM

The attached document describes how to use private (internally signed) certificates with EEM. This is the most secure way to eliminate certificate browser warnings.   Update: It was brought to my attention that the previous document I published on using private signed...

133381.pdf


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WCC: Browser Certificates - this connection is untrusted

A quick video that demonstrates how to import the self-signed certificate into a browser certificate store to address the common browser warnings:   Chrome: Your connection is not private.   Firefox: This connection is untrusted.   Internet Explorer: There is a problem with...

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Browsers Restricting to Run Plugins 06-08-15

The browser industry is leaning towards providing sandboxed environments, and any method which violates the sandbox is discouraged.  Supporting this strategy is the announcement of Google Chrome which dropped their support for Plugins in version 42.  

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