I had a little trouble following Vladimir's response, so I paid attention while the TAC engineer did his thing...
Delete the server.* files as indicated in vlad's post above
at CMD prompt opened as Administrator:
C:\>net stop crmdmgtd
C:\Program Files (x86)\CSCOpx\MDC\Apache>C:\Progra~2\CSCOpx\bin\perl.exe ConfigSSL.pl -disable (after hitting enter, message was "SSL is disabled. Restart Daemon Manager to reflect the changes.
Next command was C:\Program Files (x86)\CSCOpx\MDC\Apache>C:\Progra~2\CSCOpx\bin\perl.exe ConfigSSL.pl -enable
Output was: You don't have a private key and/or certificate
*** Running key and certificate generation utility ***
Please enter the following information. It is needed to generate your temporary certificate
Country (2 letter code) : State or Province (full name): Locality (eg, city) : Orgaization (eg, company): Organization_unit (eg, company): Host Name (eg, FQDN): enter email address (eg, firstname.lastname@example.org):
After hitting enter, the private key and certificate was generated.
net start crmdmgtd
IMPORTANT: It took a good 15 minutes for the services to restart (as Vlad indicates). You can check their status by typing
c:\Program Files (x86)\CSCOpx\bin>pdshow -brief
The TAC engineer said this was how they used to change the https/http login method on previous versions, but now there was a radio button on the Settings page in LMS. Selecting that button is supposed to do what these command lines just did, but they are not. BUG.
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