SSL certificate validation is enabled by default when you install the App Volumes agent. You can deactivate SSL certificate validation in the agent, either when you are installing the agent or after you have installed the agent.
Note: When you deactivate certificate validation, untrusted App Volumes Manager certificates are not validated , but communication between App Volumes Manager and agent still occurs over SSL. If you want to deactivate SSL, see Deactivate SSL in App Volumes Agent.
Deactivate SSL Certificate Validation When Installing App Volumes Agent
The App Volumes agent validates the SSL certificate of the App Volumes Manager during communication with the manager. You can deactivate the certificate validation when you are installing the agent.
- ♦ When you install the App Volumes agent, select the Disable Certificate Validation with App Volumes Manager box on the App Volumes Agent window.
Deactivate SSL Certificate Validation in App Volumes Agent After Installation
You can deactivate SSL certificate validation after you have installed the agent.
- Log in as administrator on the machine where the App Volumes agent is installed.
- To open Registry Editor, click the Start menu in Windows and enter regedit.
- In the Registry Editor, go to HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\svservice\Parameters.
- Locate and set the EnforceSSlCertificateValidation key to 0.
The SSL certificate is no longer validated.
- Restart the App Volumes service.
SSL certificate validation is deactivated in App Volumes agent.