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Secure ACS 3.1 browser connections with https

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Jun 16th, 2003
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My question has to do with making secure connections to the ACS web interface. I remember thinking I read some time ago that you can set the page up for https:// using MS IIS? I have read info. on the UCP utility and configuring it to be secure, but I haven't found new info. to ensure that the whole web interface is secure. If anyone has any tips or links to helpful information, please let me know.


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matt.austin Mon, 06/16/2003 - 10:28
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Thanks Sujit,


I will be sure to give it a shot with the recommendations from the website. Have a Great Day!!!


-Matt

ywadhavk Mon, 06/16/2003 - 20:32
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Hi Matt,


You might want to consider upgrading the ACS to 3.2(001.013) if you also need to have the username encrypted. On 3.1, though the password is encrypted, the username isn't.


Thanks,

yatin

matt.austin Tue, 06/17/2003 - 02:51
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Hi Yatin,


Thanks for your suggestion. I remember reading that also, prior to our install of ACS 3.1. I will look into it.


Cheers,


Matt

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