Thanks for your reply, i has same problem while the PM is already joint the domin and firewall is off on both servers (AD and PM)
please give direct instruction or direct me to the right document
Do you have the same error “Failed to verify SSL server certificate”?
Could you please check if CA certificate was imported to the Windows Trusted Root Certification Authorities?
If it is acceptable in your environment, you can still use LDAP without SSL.
That the most lousy piece of support i have ever seen for an enterprise product. No step by step instructions and the error message in the application isnt even detailed enough to give the installer a proper overview of the issue. and the documentation for it is non exisitant or basically the same as what you have stated. I would get my money back if i were one of the users with this issue. Getting support over the phone is another hassle.
If Windows host running Policy Manager Server is joined to the domain, you do not need to import anything, LDAP server certificate validation should work out of the box.
If PMS fails to verify LDAPS server certificate, you need to establish trust relationship manually by importing CA certificate (LDAP server certificate issuer) to the Windows Trusted Root Certification Authorities at PMS host.
For Linux it’s a bit more complex. Check the page in the Admin Guide for further details: https://help.f-secure.com/product.html#business/policy-manager/14.00/en/task_A2581FFE289649E6A64D0BE...
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