We decrypt SSL traffic at the firewall, and nearly all applications are fine with it, but Jabber seems to have a problem with it. The Windows computer that it's running on is domain joined and trusts our organizational root CA, which is used by the firewall to re-encrypt SSL. As long as the client trusts our CA, it should be fine. If Jabber either does not honor the Windows certificate store, or if it's looking for a specific certificate, it would fail. We would like for Jabber to function, but we can't make broad exceptions to decryption policy to suit one application. Can Jabber be configured to function with a firewall that decrypts? Can I tell Jabber to trust my organizational CA, or if that's not the cause, what can I do? All I know is that if I make a decryption exclusion for the test computer, Jabber runs; otherwise it does not.
Hi every one!!!When you are configuring a remote VPN connection, there
are some steps that are lost on the path. Here you can see those steps.
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