maybe this helps...
in the Getting started
Downloads a certificate authority (CA) from the specified IBM i system
and stores it in the user's local truststore. This is required for
server authentication with SSL.
Justin Taylor wrote on 7/27/2022 1:05 PM:
I don't know the mechanics of it. IBM said to use Key Management (underthat
Tools in base ACS), and click the "Push to Windows..." button. That tool
shows a DB type of JKS and a filename of
I'm not familiar with "GPO".
date: Wed, 27 Jul 2022 11:07:59 -0300
from: Roberto Jos? Etcheverry Romero <yggdrasil.raiker@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Automate ACS Windows Key Mgt?
I assume you mean you have to provide the server's SSL cert to each
machine? You could issue the cert from your own trusted CA and install
to each machine via GPO or just the cert via GPO. If you have to take a
cert from each machine and install that onto the i I would be very
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