Configuring Secured Access for Web Applications
By default, a self-signed certificate is created and installed by the software. For production environments, you should create and install a certificate authority (CA) signed certificate for secured access using HTTP over SSL (HTTPS) to the Web Console, Compliance Search, and other web applications.
Note: If you use a self-signed certificate, users will see a warning in the browser indicating that it is not safe to proceed.
The following is a high-level procedure for configuring secured access for web applications:
- Install Java with all updates.
- Create a CA-Signed Certificate for the Tomcat Server.
- Configure the SSL Connector for the Tomcat Server.
- For Compliance Search, configure HTTPS for the Compliance Search Link from the Web Console.
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